Enabling ASP.NET in the Web Service Extensions List
Updated: August 22, 2005
Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 with SP1
After you install IIS 6.0, you need to enable ASP.NET. You can enable ASP.NET in Add or Remove Windows Components, which is accessible from Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel. When you enable ASP.NET by using this method, ASP.NET is also enabled in the Web service extensions list. If you enabled ASP.NET in this way, then you can continue to the next step in the deployment process. To continue to the next step in the deployment process, see Installing ASP.NET Applications.
For more information about enabling ASP.NET, see Enable ASP.NET in Add or Remove Programs.
ASP.NET is not Enabled
ASP.NET might not be enabled in the Web service extensions list if either of the following is true:
You installed a version of the .NET Framework and ASP.NET (other than version 1.1) from a Web download or as part of an application such as the Microsoft Visual Studio® .NET development tool.
You disabled ASP.NET in the Web service extensions list because you were not running ASP.NET applications on an existing Web server.
If ASP.NET is not already enabled, view the Web service extensions list in IIS Manager and configure the status of the ASP.NET v1.1.4322 Web service extension to Allowed. For more information about enabling ASP.NET in the Web service extensions list see Configure Web Service Extensions.