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How do I determine which version of IIS / ASP I’m running?

25-April-2006 Leave a comment

  1. If you are running Windows Server 2003, you are running IIS 6.0 / ASP 3.0 (though some people like to call this ASP 4.0).
  2. If you are running Windows XP, you are running IIS 5.1 / ASP 3.0.
  3. If you are running Windows 2000, you are running IIS 5.0 / ASP 3.0.
  4. If you are running Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 9x, you can determine which version of IIS / PWS you are running by one of the following methods:

response.write(Request.ServerVariables(“SERVER_SOFTWARE”))

‘ returns “Microsoft-IIS/4.0” for IIS 4.0 + ASP 2.0

OR

Look for Windows NT 4.0 Option Pack in Add/Remove Programs (Control Panel). If it is there, you are running IIS 4.0 (NT Server) or PWS 4.0 (NT Workstation or Win9x).

OR

  • Do a search for ASP.DLL on your system
  • right-click it and select Properties
  • Check the version tab:

IIS 3.0 shows 1.x
IIS 4.0 shows 2.x
IIS 5.0 shows 5.0.2195.x
IIS 5.1 shows 5.1.2600.x
IIS 6.0 shows 6.0.3790.x

And……….. Windows Vista uses IIS 7.0 🙂

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Getting Low Level – A low-level Look at the ASP.NET Architecture

6-March-2006 Leave a comment

This article looks at how Web requests flow through the ASP.NET framework from a very low level perspective, from Web Server, through ISAPI all the way up the request handler and your code.

See what happens behind the scenes and stop thinking of ASP.NET as a black box.

http://www.west-wind.com/presentations/howaspnetworks/howaspnetworks.asp