How do I know what version IIS and IIS management console am I using it.

Posted on 2009-12-27
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
I like to find out what version IIS I am running and the version of ASP.Net is running. Where can I find it out
Question by:tommym121
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    Your version of IIS depends on the OS you are running.  Since it appears you are running Windows Vista, that means you are running IIS 7.  You can also view the version info by opening up the Inet Manager by going to start-->run-->inetmgr.  Then go to help-->about.

    To see what version of you are running, you need to check the application pool settings for your website. For this, open Inet Manager, click on application pools, and click on basic settings for your app pool.  From there you can choose the version of that you want to run the applciation as.
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