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upgrade to .net 2.0 framework

I have a MS 2003 server currently running .net 1.1 and was considering
installing .net 2.0 onto the server without uninstalling 1.1, so that I can
run them side by side. I guess this is still feasable. Anyway, I'm wondering
if by installing .net 2.0 if it will break any of my .net 1.1 web
applications? Is there any way in IIS to tell what version of the .net
framework that each individual website should use?

TIA...
Jun 5 '06 #1
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Hello Mike,

M> I have a MS 2003 server currently running .net 1.1 and was
M> considering installing .net 2.0 onto the server without uninstalling
M> 1.1, so that I can run them side by side. I guess this is still
M> feasable.

Yes
M> Anyway, I'm wondering if by installing .net 2.0 if it will
M> break any of my .net 1.1 web applications?

No
M > Is there any way in IIS to tell what version of the .net framework that
each individual website
M> should use?

Yes. There is a "ASP.net" tab in the virtual folder properties where you
can specify which version of asp.net handles you site

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