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May 25, 2006



Well I tried everything microsoft and other websites had to say to fix this problem and I still have the issue.

Michael K. Campbell

Yeah, there's some heinous bug that stops it from working. I've tried numerous things - no love.

G. Waleed Kavalec



...says quite blatently that asp.net is NOT supported on the Enterprise version of 2003 x64

This may be the source of some of the confusion (my own included).

Asp.Net on standard but NOT on enterprise? Huh??

Michael K. Campbell

Yeah, that documentation is 100% WRONG. (Which completely adds to the confusion...)

Michael K. Campbell

As an FYI, it looks like I've finally found what caused the tab to not display: VMware Server.

Read about it here:

Halil AVCI

To have your tab back try:
cscript %SystemDrive%\inetpub\AdminScripts\adsutil.vbs set w3svc/AppPools/Enable32bitAppOnWin64 0

But this disables 32 bit app. "set Enable32bitAppOnWin64 to false"

Neil McQuillan

We've dragged together various pieces of information on this subject into a quick quide which helped us get 2.0 working alongside 1.1 on x64 servers.


try folloing will apear ASP.NET Tab

C:\>C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1.4322\aspnet_regiis.exe -i
Start installing ASP.NET (1.1.4322.0).
Finished installing ASP.NET (1.1.4322.0).


I have this. It is hard to image MS could make life harder if they sat down and had a summit about it.

I mean, do they think they can keep charging for this level of failure?


I installed dot net 1.1 and it killed my ASP tab...

now my WSUS server is up the wahooo. have not found a fix yet.

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