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Visual Studio 2003 Error: upgrade ASP.NET on the server to the latest version

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I am an old VB6 programmer who is just getting into VB.NET. I bought an old version of VB.NET (2003) just to make sure I would feel comfortable to make the transfer. I am working on Windows 8. My problem concerns when I try to create an ASP Web Application. When I try, I get a message that says, that it sees I am using ASP.NET Version 1.0. Then it says I need to "upgrade ASP.NET on the server to the latest version" I have already turned on IIS. What do I do?
Jun 14 '13 #1
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You should configure your IIS to target the .NET Framework version 1.1.

Or else you could just download the free version of Visual Studio Express for Web Development.

Jun 14 '13 #2

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I have IIS8. How do I configure it to target the .NET?
Jun 14 '13 #3

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