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    How to create web application in 1.1 version and host in IIS latest versions

    i want to create web application in 1.1 version and host in IIS latest versions

    please send me some solutions. Thanks in advance
  • #764111
    You have to create the Application pool for .net 1.1 in the IIS.

    1. Go to the IIS -> Application Pool -> Add Application pool.
    2. Select the .net 1.1
    3. If you do not see .net 1.1.
    Open ApplicationHost.config from C:\windows\system32\inetsrv\config\ and add the following tag

    <add name="Test" enable32BitAppOnWin64="true" managedRuntimeVersion="v1.1" managedPipelineMode="Classic" autoStart="true" />

    Still not able to see run the following command

    appcmd add apppool /name:"MYPOOL" /managedRuntimeVersion:"v1.1"
    appcmd set apppool /"MYPOOL" /enable32BitAppOnWin64:true

    appcmd set apppool /"MYPOOL" /managedPipelineMode:"Classic"

    appcmd set apppool /"MYPOOL" /autoStart:true

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  • #764127
    Hai Vinod,
    Once you done with the creation of the application, you need to publish it to the IIS under the wwwroot/inetpub directory. This directory should contain your folder of the applications.
    Hope it will be helpful to you.

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  • #764133

    Create your web application and deploy it then publish the files and then open your IIS then open your web directory and upload the published files in to your web directory.

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  • #764175
    'web application in 1.1 version' ? why you want to do that ? basically in these world where 5.0 is release why you want to developed application 1.1.
    If you old code that was developed in framework 1.1 you can easily migrate it to 4.5 and deploy your application on IIS 8
    It is strongly suggested and recommanded

    Editor, DotNetSpider MVM
    Microsoft MVP 2014 [ASP.NET/IIS]

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