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Problem Creating Web Apps with VS2003

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I just loaded VS2003 on a new machine and when I try to create a ASP.NET app
or Web Service, I get the following error:
"Visual Studio could not create or open application because your browser is
configured to use a proxy server for the local server"

In IE, there is nothing that I can see referencing any proxy and I don't
connect to the internet with a proxy. The machine is brand new, so i know
it's not some old registry setting or something like that. I've tried using
dotnetfx, and even reinstalled VS2003. Neither worked.

Anyone know what this might be?
Jul 21 '05 #1
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I found the problem. IIS was configured to run under the 1.0 framework...so
this code snippet fixed it

C:\WINDOWS\Microsof.NET\Framework\v1.0.3705\aspnet _regiis.exe //i

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I just loaded VS2003 on a new machine and when I try to create a ASP.NET app or Web Service, I get the following error:
"Visual Studio could not create or open application because your browser is configured to use a proxy server for the local server"

In IE, there is nothing that I can see referencing any proxy and I don't
connect to the internet with a proxy. The machine is brand new, so i know
it's not some old registry setting or something like that. I've tried using dotnetfx, and even reinstalled VS2003. Neither worked.

Anyone know what this might be?

Jul 21 '05 #2

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Hi,

I'm having the exact same problem now. I tried what you suggested (only
updated for Framework 1.1) with no lock. Any other ideas?

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