Cannot create a Web App in VB .Net

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I have been trying to start a new web application in VS .Net. Every time I try, I get the following error: "The Web server reported the following error when attempting to create or open the Web project located at the following URL: http://localhost/webapplication1 A connection with the server could not be established". I have tried reinstalling VS .net, IIS, .Net Framework. I have followed the help in VS .net. I am running Win XP Pro SP2. Has anyone ever experienced this, or know the cure? Thanks

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Hi,

It’s been a while but have you tried running asp_regiis from the command prompt? If you need syntax help:

command prompt: c:windowsmicrosoft.netframeworkasp.net version numberasp_regiis.exe -i

Obviously, replace with the correct windows directory and framework version #.

Hope that helps!

Thanks
Tony

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  • Magkit
    I did try aspnet_regiis /i before I removed and reinstalled IIS, .net Framework, and VS .net. Since I reinstalled, I had not tried the aspnet_regiis /i. However, this did not work. I am not very familiar with iis, so it is certainly possible that it is incorrectly set up.
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