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Old May 7th, 2005, 01:32 AM
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hi, i want to learn about the ASP.net WEB Application using an XP. I have already configured my IIS and is already running unfortunately, Im having problem with this error:

The web server reported the followig error when attempting to creaet or open the web project located at the following URL:http://localhost/WebApplication1. The server returned an invalid or unrecognized response

Please if you could help me fix this problem.

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Have you registered the ASP.NET to IIS,
If not go to the VS.net command prompt in the VS.net tools menu.
execute the below command

aspnet_regiis -i

I feel this will solve the issue

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hi Prashant

Sir i did that already but still the same error occurred. I also check the IIS in the Administrative tool (XP) and i see that IIS is already running.

Please suggest things that you think will solve.

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I recall when .NET Framework first came out many had errors when configuring IIS after .NET Framework install.
I always configured IIS first then installed .NET Framework and never had any trouble.
A solution may be to uninstall .NET Framework, then reinstall it.

Just a guess though.

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Try creating an application in a web shared Folder

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IISReg will do the same thing as reinstalling..

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hi sir hal levy,

may i know the syntax of that IISREG?

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Look up... It's in the second message on this thread.

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hi sir Hal

I tried already aspnet_regiis -i but still its not working... do i really need to uninstall the visual studio.net?

pls suggest other things that i can try to fix the problem.

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If you did the regiis command, then IIS is registered.

Is your webapplication1 directory set as its own application in IIS?

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