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  1. In windows XP pro I do not have IIS Manager like there is in a server, in Administrative tools I only have IIS. I cannot locate anyplace in IIS that has a web server extensions tab or that can allow ASP.
  2. I have done what you suggested and I get the following error in both browsers. Server Application ErrorThe server has encountered an error while loading an application during the processing of your request. Please refer to the event log for more detail information. Please contact the server administrator for assistance.I checked the system log and am getting the following entry each time I try to access the c:\inetpub\wwwroot\myweb\test1.asp with my browser.The server failed to load application '/LM/W3SVC/1/Root/MyWeb'. The error was 'Class not registered'. I think I am in over my head.\Thank you for your help. I do have IIS installed. Under Administrative Tools>Internet Information Services I can navigate to MYWeb and there is a tab for ASP.net and It looks like it is enabled.Thanks for your help.
  3. Yes I have XP Professional, but I have not been able to find out where enable ASP. I found info that told me how to do it on a server (in Control Panel,Admin Tools, IIS Manager)but not I can not find IIS Manager on my local machine. Can you tell me where to find ASP locally.
  4. I am trying to learn to use ASP and have followed the example in the ASP tutorial on W3 as follows. But when I open my browser and type in "http://localhost/MyWeb/test1.asp: I get Page not Found. The content of my Test1.asp file is<html><body><%response.write("Hello World!")%></body></html>I know my IIS is running because if I point my browser to a index.htm file it does pull up a web page.Please help a newby.Thanks Toflyhi How to install IIS and run ASP on Windows XP ProfessionalNote: You cannot run ASP on Windows XP Home Edition.Insert the Windows XP Professional CD-Rom into your CD-Rom Drive From your Start Button, go to Settings, and Control Panel In the Control Panel window select Add/Remove Programs In the Add/Remove window select Add/Remove Windows Components In the Wizard window check Internet Information Services, click OK An Inetpub folder will be created on your harddrive Open the Inetpub folder, and find a folder named wwwroot Create a new folder, like "MyWeb", under wwwroot. Use a text editor to write some ASP code, save the file as "test1.asp" in the "MyWeb" folder Make sure your Web server is running - its status can be checked by going into the Control Panel, then Administrative Tools, and double-click the "IIS Manager" icon Open your browser and type in "http://localhost/MyWeb/test1.asp", to view your first ASP page
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