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Topic # 13897 3-Jun-2007 16:03
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Hey there,
I have tried installing Sharepoint Services onto my Server (Running Server 2003 Standard), but have recieved the following error

Setup is unable to proceed due to the following error(s):
This product requires ASP.NET v2.0 to be set to 'Allow' in the list of Internet Information Services (IIS) Web Server Extensions. If it is not available in the list, re-install ASP.NET v2.0
Correct the issue(s) listed above and re-run setup

I dont even know if I have ASP.NET on my server. How do I find out? I have tried reinstalling it, and still doesnt work. Can someone please help? I am really stuck.

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  Reply # 73326 3-Jun-2007 20:03
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You want something that looks like this on your IIS Manager:

Open IIS Manager, click Web Service Extensions and you will see this list. You can find some very detailed explanation on ASP .Net and Sharepoint installation from Microsoft.

Note, this is not a Geekzone server screenshot, it's a test server...







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  Reply # 73336 3-Jun-2007 21:46
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When I get into the Internet Information Services and click on my server, none of those folders under my computer pop up.
What havnt I installed?

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Reply # 73337 3-Jun-2007 22:01
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Do you mean that none of these are showing up?

+ FTP Site
+ Application pools
+ Web sites
+ Web Services Extensions

Perhaps your IIS Manager is connected to the wrong server (local?). Perhaps IIS is not fully installed?









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  Reply # 74176 10-Jun-2007 13:35
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Yeah, they arent showing up. Its connected to local. How do I see if it is fully installed and/or install it?



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  Reply # 74422 12-Jun-2007 18:02
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Update:

Figured out how to install. Thanks

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  Reply # 74731 14-Jun-2007 21:38
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Its working. But how do I upload something like vBulliten?

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Reply # 74737 14-Jun-2007 22:31
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