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   ► KBRole-Based T...Coding & OOGeneral .Net...General Tasks   Print This     
  From the March 2016 Issue of Prestwood eMag
Coder General Tasks:
Enable ASP.Net (ASPX)
Posted 15 years ago on 3/20/2008 and updated 6/22/2008
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Question: How do you enable ASP.Net (ASPX) in IIS 6?


You turn on ASPX in your control panel. Depending on what O/S and version of IIS there are slightly different steps required but essentially you go to the Add/Remove Programs, Alter Windows Components, and make sure ASPX is checked in the Application Server or Application Development Services.

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