About ASP.NET (IIS 6.0)

  Important

This feature is not available on Windows XP 64-Bit Edition and the 64-bit versions of the Windows Server™ 2003 family. For more information, see "Features unavailable on 64-bit versions of the Windows Server family" in Help and Support Center for Windows 2003.

Microsoft ASP.NET is more than just the next generation of Active Server Pages (ASP). It provides an entirely new programming model for creating network applications that take advantage of the Internet. This section includes information on configuration, security, and deployment of ASP.NET applications.

FrontPage Server Extensions does not support unicode content directory names or Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV). New FrontPage Server Extensions virtual servers should be assigned to the MSSharePointPool application pool. Also, do not make changes to the MSSharePointPool application pool configuration.

Note   If you have a Web site that uses Sharepoint™ Team Services (STS) from Microsoft, the following types of pages do not work without excluding the virtual directory containing the pages from the STS ISAPI filter:

ASP pages

ASP.NET pages

PHP pages

PerlScript pages

Procedures

To enable these types of pages to work on your STS Web site

1.

In the Central Administration Web site for STS, choose to Manage your virtual directory or Web site.

2.

Under Defined Managed Paths, type the path to the virtual directory that contains your excluded pages (such as \MyASPPages) and select Exclude.

This section includes the following information:

Overview of ASP.NET: Describes the ASP.NET programming model and infrastructure.

Why Use ASP.NET?: Describes the differences between ASP.NET and ASP.

Introduction to XML Web Services Created with ASP.NET: Defines XML Web services and describes how to use them.

ASP.NET Administration: Describes installing, configuring, and deploying ASP.NET applications on a computer running Microsoft Windows Server™ 2003.

Related Information

For more information about creating ASP.NET Web applications, see Creating ASP.NET Web Applications

For more information about security considerations for ASP.NET Web applications, seeASP.NET Web Application Security



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