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Plesk 9 Problem with .Net Framework 4

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Windows Issue, Fixes, How-To' started by MojtabaS, May 10, 2010.

  1. MojtabaS

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    Hi.
    I have problem with .Net Framework 4.
    i install .net 4. but i cant run .net 4 project.

    i change application pool from IIS to .net 4 classic and integrated but i have HTTP Error 500.19 - Internal Server Error.
    now how can i fix that problem ?
    i need to solve this problem. :(

    Sorry for Bad English.
     
  2. Tamouh Hakmi

    Tamouh Hakmi New Pleskian

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    Grant the httpdocs folder read/list permission for IIS_WPG service. I think .NET 4 is still not supported by Plesk (among many other things they're lacking behind)
     
  3. MojtabaS

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    hi all.
    i solve this problem.

    Go to IIS application pools and find plesk(default)(2.0)(pool) and go to Advanced settings and change it to .net 4.
     
  4. killed

    killed Guest

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    Go to IIS application pools and find plesk(default)(2.0)(pool)

    Where is Advanced settings ?
     
  5. MojtabaS

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    you can right click on plesk(default)(2.0)(pool) and select Advanced Settings or after Select plesk(default)(2.0)(pool)
    you can see it on right side of panel.
    On Action Tab.
     
  6. killed

    killed Guest

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    Thank MojtabaS

    However, photo below is not!

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  7. MojtabaS

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    killed Can i ask you about Windows Version ?
    i use Windows Server 2008 RC2
    but i thing your Windows is 2003 ! and your iis is 6.
     
  8. MojtabaS

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    in IIS 6 you must select properties and you can change or see your Freamwork .net version.
     
  9. DotNet4N

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    This doesn't work for me

    Hello, are you people on drugs?

    There is no Advanced Setting in there?

    This does not work for me, does anyone have any suggestions?

    Bloody oath this is a waste of time...you suck parallels...I wanna ditch this ****...
     
  10. JordiH

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    slowly...

    It's easy.
    I don't know yor versions of IIS. But all versions, when you right-click on the site, you can select an option like "Properties" or "Advanced Properties" or "Settings"... doesn't matter. Go there.
    Then search for the Net Version used by this site, and change it to 4.0.
    This is not difficult, sure, no drugs, no anabolic.
    Good luck!
     
  11. DotNet4N

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    I am on IIS6 Windows 2003

    All I see when I right click is ->
    Explore
    Open
    Permissons
    Browse
    Start (grey)
    Stop
    Pause
    New -> Etc
    All Tasks -> Etc
    New Window from here
    Delete
    Rename
    Refresh
    Properties
    Help

    So I go properties, that opens up with 8 tabs ->
    Documents
    Directory Security
    HTTP Headers
    Custom Erros
    Web Site
    Perfomance
    ISAPI Filters
    Home Directory

    I cannot see anywhere the .net version,,,

    Anyway, it doesn't matter now I have made the decision just to ditch Plesk and manage things fully via RDP...it's cleaner and it works lol...but takes up all my time to set it up :)

    Thank you kindly for your help
     
  12. JordiH

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  13. DotNet4N

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    Thanks JordiH, very much appreciate your looking at it for me.

    What I have ended up doing is moving to Windows 2008 and IIS7 and I am now running without plesk. I didn't really need it but was using it just because that's what was made available to me on that VPS.

    It is several days work to set it all up plus needs $600 or so worth of software but in the long run it's cheaper than the plesk subscription and much nicer not having to deal with a web interface and all the extra junk that comes with plesk complicating the system.

    It may come back to bite me, but will see :)

    Thanks again for your help
     
  14. AytaçE

    AytaçE New Pleskian

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    OK. Click this article. And fix the problem :)

    http://blog.aytacengin.com/plesk-panel-asp-net-4-0-nasil-calistirilir

    Sincerely,
    Aytaç Engin
    Zed Technology / Turkey
     
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