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Advanced: How to create the regular asp.net web application on Windows Server 2003?

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Hello All,

I have been bounced on a new issue this time. My problem is, I have a
configured SharePoint Team Services 2.0 installed as default website,
which prevents the creation of any new ASP.net projects or even working
of existing ASP.net website.

So, I am thinking to create a new virtual web server, where I can
launch the creation of asp.net application the regular way through
Visual studio.net 2003, If this works, I would like to know how to
create new virtual server in IIS , which is running on windows server
2003, and it could be access by IIS?

This all may be confusing, so feel free to ask more questions, to give
me good quality of feedback.
Thanks
Wave.

Nov 19 '05 #1
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You can configure a second web site in IIS 6 under Win 2003. All you
need to do is differentiate the website by host header, port, or IP
address (host headers and IP address work the best).

Some documentation:
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/pro...dbd1fe7de.mspx

HTH,

--s

On 16 Apr 2005 09:21:22 -0700, "whidbeywave" <in*********@yahoo.com>
wrote:
Hello All,

I have been bounced on a new issue this time. My problem is, I have a
configured SharePoint Team Services 2.0 installed as default website,
which prevents the creation of any new ASP.net projects or even working
of existing ASP.net website.

So, I am thinking to create a new virtual web server, where I can
launch the creation of asp.net application the regular way through
Visual studio.net 2003, If this works, I would like to know how to
create new virtual server in IIS , which is running on windows server
2003, and it could be access by IIS?

This all may be confusing, so feel free to ask more questions, to give
me good quality of feedback.
Thanks
Wave.


Nov 19 '05 #2

P: n/a
sharepoint.teamservices is actually the newsgroup for the 2001 back product
SharePoint Team Services.

If in future you want to post Windows SharePoint Services questions (there
is no "SharePoint Team Services 2.0" product so WSS is presumably what you
mean) then please post them only to

microsoft.public.sharepoint.windowsservices

I suspect you got the answer you got from a reader of the .framework.aspnet
newsgroup as sharepoint.teamservices like the product is virtually dead.

Mike Walsh, Helsinki, Finland
STS FAQ at http://www.collutions.com/Lists/FAQ
WSS FAQ at http://wss.collutions.com
Please post questions to the newsgroup only.
"whidbeywave" <in*********@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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Hello All,

I have been bounced on a new issue this time. My problem is, I have a
configured SharePoint Team Services 2.0 installed as default website,
which prevents the creation of any new ASP.net projects or even working
of existing ASP.net website.

So, I am thinking to create a new virtual web server, where I can
launch the creation of asp.net application the regular way through
Visual studio.net 2003, If this works, I would like to know how to
create new virtual server in IIS , which is running on windows server
2003, and it could be access by IIS?

This all may be confusing, so feel free to ask more questions, to give
me good quality of feedback.
Thanks
Wave.

Nov 19 '05 #3

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