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Asp.net Registry key RootVer.  Does this value look right?

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We have one Asp.Net swebsite on our IIS 7.5 webserver, .Net is version 4.0

What does the RootVer value do?    Looks to me like this registry setting implies that the 2.0.50727.0 is more root'ish then 4.0.30319.0.   I just want to make sure our .Net website is running as it should and optimally.


Registry setting for Rootvar
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Rootver is used only by exchange and that is the value for 2007
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa995624%28v=exchg.80%29.aspx
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