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How to tell version of .NET

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I have IIS 7 installed but not sure the exact version of .NET.

How do I check?
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In windows explorer, navigate to:

(For 32-bit)
<system drive>:\<windows folder>\Microsoft.NET\Framework

(For 64-bit)
<system drive>:\<windows folder>\Microsoft.NET\Framework64
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thx, man
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