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trouble installing .Net framework 3.5

I have a server that hosts multiple websites using asp.net 1.1 and 2.0 framework. There's a new app that requires .net framework v3.5 installed. I downloaded and tried both v3.5 and v3.5 with SP1 after it prompts for reboot and the server is rebooted nothing comes up. I checked the logs in the log folder at: C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v3.5\Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1\Logs
I noticed plenty of these errors:
[04/21/09,20:50:19] Setup.exe: GetGlobalCustomProperty - Property: {8297A38B-6431-4F1D-9F6E-C3D371CEA383} - PropertyName: WebSetup - Value: 1
[04/21/09,20:50:19] Setup.exe: ISetupManager::RunInstallFromList(IP_POSTINSTALL) completed
[04/21/09,20:50:19] Setup.exe: ISetupManager::RunInstallLists() completing
[04/21/09,20:50:19] Setup.exe: GetGlobalCustomProperty - Property: {092114C2-997D-4D68-8F3A-8BC2584FD23B} - PropertyName: Quiet Mode Setup - Value:
[04/21/09,20:50:19] WapUI: ISetupManager::GetGlobalCustomProperty() failed to find global prop in CProgressPage::RunningComponent()
[04/21/09,20:50:19] WapUI: {4F8791EE-486F-44B5-952B-F28F9FD58BD0}

When Application log in Event Viewer, I see this message: Product: Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 -- Installation completed successfully.

How do I resolve this?
Note, I want to be able t use previously installed frameworks also hence cannot get rid of them.

Please advise!
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Rainbow002
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samtran0331Commented:
I don't see anything in your post that indicates an error.
Especially when you say:
"When Application log in Event Viewer, I see this message: Product: Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 -- Installation completed successfully."

So when you say:
"after it prompts for reboot and the server is rebooted nothing comes up."

Do you mean the server does not come up? (What do you mean by "nothing comes up"?)

There is no "ASP.Net 3.5" as far as IIS is concerned...so if you're looking for that to be an option for you website/virtual directory's "ASP.Net" tab in the properties...it won't be there.
An app developed using VS2008 and using the 3.5 framework will still be running under the 2.0x framework in IIS.
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Rainbow002Author Commented:
Ok. If I don't see it in IIS then what version would I choose for the website in "ASP.NET" tab for the application that requires 3.5 framework?
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samtran0331Commented:
You would still use the "2.0x" version in IIS
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Rainbow002Author Commented:
Sorry but just so that I understand it correctly, if I'm using integrated security and I'd still register the windows user with 2.0x? like aspnet_regiis.exe -ga username
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samtran0331Commented:
there is not a 3.5 version of aspnet_regiis, you would still work with the 2.0 version of aspnet_regiis

If you look at the web.config file of a 2.0 version and compare it to a web.config of a 3.5...that's where you see things differ. but from a server/IIS standpoint, a 3.5 web app still runs under 2.0
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Rainbow002Author Commented:
Thanks a lot that makes total sense.
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