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.net framework 1.1 install on windows 2008 R2

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I am having issues with installing .net frame work on windows 2008 R2 and IIS 7.5.

I have installed the IIS 6.0 compatibility and the ASP.net extensions on the server.
When I download the .net 1.1 frame work .xex and try to install it just asks if I want to run the defualt.exe and stops.

Could someone please help.


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YRKS
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.net 1.1 is not supported in Windows 2008 R2 as shown here

There are some blogs that suggest a workaround, but this workaround is un supported and there is no guarantee your site works.
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