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IIS/ASP.NET - Is an IIS/ASP.NET pairing locked into one version of the .NET Framework

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IISThe .NET Framework is specified in IIS 7 not when a website is selected but when the server is selected. The interface implies that you don't have the option of toggling the .NET Framework version on a website-by-website basis for a given IIS/ASP.NET pairing. You're stuck with one setting (which strikes me as odd). Am I correct?
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That's just the default settings for new website, you can adjust them on a per site level.

Each website is run under a separate application pool and you can set different framework.
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Of course! (As you can tell, it's been a while since I messed with ASP.NET.) Thanks Ray.

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