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Impact upgrade from .net 1.1 to 2.0

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I have to upgrade an older server from 1.1 to 2.0 .net to be compatible with the company standard.  The server is running windows 2003.  It is a web site, several virtural directories that point to another server and one .asp application not a .net application.  I am worried of the impact of upgrading to this on these items.  Can you tell me what to expect based on what the server is being used for.
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On Server 2003 you can have both .NET 1.1 and .NET 2.0.  Installing .NET 2.0 should not impact your existing applications that use .NET 1.1.  In IIS, you can define which applications use which version of .NET and that will not change.
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