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support for ASP>NET 2.0 (showing tab for 1.1 only), etc.

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Windows Suggestions and Feedback' started by GennadyV, Oct 21, 2009.

  1. GennadyV

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    Using Parallels Plesk Panel 9.2 on remote shared webhosting

    Under Web Site > Web hosting Settings
    (Home > Web hosting setup for domain xxxx,com)
    I see
    Tools -------------
    Install New Application (presing link) > Select the web application to be installed (No Server Applications)
    SSLsupport No
    FTP/Microsoft FrontPage Login yyyyy
    Access to system Login prohibited
    Microsoft FrontPage support No
    Microsoft FrontPage over SSL support No
    Remote Microsoft FrontPage authoring prohibited

    Services
    -------------------
    Microsoft ASP support Yes
    Microsoft ASP.NET support Yes Version 2.0.50727.0


    Under Application & Services\Web Application
    (Home > Web applications >
    Installed Web Applications)
    I see
    Under Tab "Web Applications"
    Tools -------------
    No installed Web Applications

    Under Tab "Asp.NET 1.1 Applications"

    Tools -------------
    Install New Application (presing link) > Select the web application to be installed (No Server Applications)
    No installed Server applications

    My questions:
    1)
    Can I deploy ASP NET 2.0 webapplications?
    Why is there the tab only for "Asp.NET 1.1 Applications" if support is for 2.0?
    and no tab "Asp.NET 2.0 Applications"?

    2)
    Can I use copy deployment from Visual Studio .NET?
    3)
    Can I restart the webserver?
    And what to do in case of such necesity?
    4)
    How can I do precompiled deployment of webservices?
     
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