I am attempting to migrate several websites from a Win 2003 X86 system running IIS6 to Win 2012 R2 X64 system running IIS8. At this point in time I am only concerned with running ALL websites in classic ASP mode. I believe I have all of the correct roles/features installed in order to support classic mode.
I have migrated six sites over to the new 2012 server and I have only one working so far. Switching between Classic 2.0 and 4.0 modes produces several different errors on various sites.
-Error 403 Access forbidden
-Could not load file or assembly 'App_Browsers' or one of its dependencies. This assembly is built by a runtime newer than the currently loaded runtime and cannot be loaded.
I have experimented with "WebDeploy" using a ZIP package, but it doesn't appear to resolve any of the various errors I am receiving (Noted above). I also tried a tool called "IMET" from the MS IIS.net website and creates the website/AppPools etc, but still produces the same set of errors (Noted above)
Has anyone had success with migrating websites between IIS6 and IIS8 (Classic mode)? Any tips are truly appreciated.
Apologies for my delay. I figured this out. Since IIS 8 uses global tags in the root web.config for these references, each website web.config were treating them as duplicates.
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