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Is there any way to find out ASP.NET version without authentication?

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Is there any way to find out ASP.NET version on a windows server without authentication?


If anybody would be willing to help, it would be greatly appreciated!
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You could try the following to find out the version of the common language runtime.

<% 
Response.Write("The .NET version is " & System.Environment.Version.ToString() )
%>

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Found at http://forums.asp.net/t/1239685.aspx/1

This won't tell you if you're running 2.0 vs 3.5 though.

The code at http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/128530-determine-aspnet-version/ might help you, but I think you'd need to run that on the server or have remote IIS access enabled. My guess is since you're looking to find out without authentication you don't have access to the server / remote desktop.
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by:howruaz9
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Yes, I want to check that server's ASP.NET version but I don't have access on that server.
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by:quizwedge
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Do you at least have FTP access so that you could upload a file?
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by:mr_nadger
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possibly a silly question, but have you tried asking the support team who look after it?
If you're writing something to publish onto that box, then they shouldn't have any problem telling you.
(If they refuse, try bribing a local cutie into going on a date with one of them)
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Sanjay Santoki earned 1200 total points
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Hello,

As per my knowledge there is not way to get the information on all the version of installed ASP.Net on the server. However, you can get the version enabled for your website from the scripts.

BTW: normally ASP.Net 1.0 and ASP.Net 2.0 are installed on the IIS6 and on IIS7 you should have all the version till 4.0.

I may not be more helpful. SOrry

Regards,
Sanjay Santoki
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by:howruaz9
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Thanks guys very much, really appreciated!
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