Install of Basic and Windows Authentication Roles caued all asp applications to have errors

We are setting up a new IIS 7 webserver on 2008 severs.  We install the Basic and Windows Authentication Roles in order to use them in IIS 7 and that caued all asp applications to have errors.  We uninstalled and it went back to normal.

Anyone have any ideas what happened and how to get around it?
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lalitgolaniCommented:
By Default , ASP.net application work with integrated mode in IIS 7.


If your application does not work properly in Integrated ASP.NET mode, you can move it to the Classic ASP.NET mode by moving it to another application pool. Each application pool is individually configured to use the desired ASP.NET integration mode. This lets you run groups of applications that use different ASP.NET integration modes side-by-side on the same server.

To change the ASP.NET integration mode for an application:

Find or create an application pool that is configured to use the desired mode.
By default, all new application pools run in Integrated mode.
The ASP.NET set up provides an application pool named "Classic .NET AppPool" that runs in the classic ASP.NET integration mode. You can use this application pool for applications that should not run in Integrated mode.
You can also change the ASP.NET mode of the existing application pool by using the IIS 7 Administration Tool or the AppCmd.exe command line tool, or by manually editing the application pool configuration.
Set the application to use that application pool.
Each application is configured to use a particular application pool. By default, all applications use the default application pool named "DefaultAppPool", which runs in Integrated mode.
You can change the application pool of an application by using the IIS 7 Administration Tool or the AppCmd.exe command line tool, or by manually editing the application configuration.
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