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Unable to debug ASP.NET

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Roy
Hi all,

I installed IIS on my Win2K machine after installing Visual Studio 2003 and
now have problem with debugging asp.net files. I need to know if I need to
uninstall IIS and install a newer version of IIS? (if yes where I can get
that)
Or I can upgrade IIS to the one that has debugging for asp.net?
In either case: Is there any possiblity of conflicting/corruption of VS 2003
files?
Thanks in advance,

Roy
Nov 21 '05 #1
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Hello Roy ,,,
I have worked with Both IIS 5 and IIS 6 in combination with VS.Net 2000 /
2003 / 2005 i did not encounter any problems

however to use the debugging option you need to install the server files on
the IIS machine , Insert the VS DVD and see the text written lowest option
( install server files or som

ething like that :-) ) install these files and debugging is possible

VERRY IMPORTANT : please keep the following in mind never install this
option on a production machine ,,, as pressing debug halts the execution
of your hole website you should only install it on a development server
regards

Michel Posseth

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Hi all,

I installed IIS on my Win2K machine after installing Visual Studio 2003
and
now have problem with debugging asp.net files. I need to know if I need to
uninstall IIS and install a newer version of IIS? (if yes where I can get
that)
Or I can upgrade IIS to the one that has debugging for asp.net?
In either case: Is there any possiblity of conflicting/corruption of VS
2003
files?
Thanks in advance,

Roy

Nov 21 '05 #2

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Hi Roy,

Have you tried running this command line in framework 1.1 location on your Win2K machine?
aspnet_regiis -i

Cynthia
DDCPX QA team

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Hi all,

I installed IIS on my Win2K machine after installing Visual Studio 2003 and
now have problem with debugging asp.net files. I need to know if I need to
uninstall IIS and install a newer version of IIS? (if yes where I can get
that)
Or I can upgrade IIS to the one that has debugging for asp.net?
In either case: Is there any possiblity of conflicting/corruption of VS 2003
files?
Thanks in advance,

Roy

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