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Running website with MVC 4 on Windows 2003 and IIS 6

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Hi, I need to install MVC4 on a Windows 2003 web server running IIS 6.  I have just installed the MVC 4 web installer from Microsoft. What is needed to run websites with MVC 4? I am looking for an answer more on the IIS management/System Admin side and not the development piece of it. I need to have a website prepped for extensionless URLs.

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The Microsoft pages talk about .NET Framework 4.5 which is not available for Windows 2003 web server running IIS 6.  Here is the Release Notes page: http://www.asp.net/whitepapers/mvc4-release-notes
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