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2.0 Web site Administration Tool

We are currently using the security features included with latest .NET 2.0
Framework (v2.0.50215), including the Web Site Administration Tool. The only
problem we have encountered thus far is getting the Web Site Administration
Tool to install and work on the IIS Server. To clarifty, we can only access
the Web Site Administration Tool for our applications using our local
machines (localhost). When we try to access the Web Admin Tool on the IIS
server remotely, we receive a resource not found error. According to MSDN,
the Web Admin Tool pages should be installed in the
inetpub\wwwroot\aspnet_webadmin folder. For whatever reason, the folder
doesn't exist. I have even tried manually installing the Web Admin Tool by
running the aspnet_regiis tool. Nothing seems to work. Any insight or
advice on the problem would be much appreciated.
Jul 21 '05 #1
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I had the same problem with v2.0.50215, so I reverted back to v2.0.40607.
According to the command line help, with that version of aspnet_regiis there
are parameters "-w" (install web admin tool) and a "-wu" (remove web admin
tool). I have not reinstalled v2.0.50215 to check, but my suspicion is that
the -w parameter is still supported (if not documented).

I am interested in hearing the results, so post back if it works.

- Good luck,
Geoff -
Jul 22 '05 #2
Forget everything I said. I tried it. v2.0.50215 does not support the "-w"
option.
Jul 22 '05 #3

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