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Using ASP.NET

In 2002, Microsoft released the .NET Framework, and a new way to write applications was born. The .NET Framework provides a common framework that developers can use to create Windows applications, Web applications, and XML Web services. In order to run ASP.NET on a Web server, the Web server must be IIS version 5 or greater, and it must have the .NET Framework installed on it. This means that you must have Windows 2000 or greater.

NOTE

Windows XP Home Edition cannot run ASP or ASP.NET pages because it does not support the installation of a Web server. If you want to test the ASP or ASP.NET pages you develop on Windows XP, you must use Windows XP Professional Edition. You can develop ASP or ASP.NET pages on Windows XP Home Edition, but before they can be browsed, they must be published to a Web server that supports the technology you're using.



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