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Repair ASP.NET - Vista Ultimate

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Andy M

#1
GDay All,

I have a problem with ASP.NET and an Autodesk Web App. This problem has
lead to the discovery of some corrupt files in my ASP.NET folder.

I have tried repairing the files by running dotnetfx.exe from Microsoft
but this simply informs me that .NET is installed by the system. Hence,
no repairing takes place.

How do I repair/replace the corrupted files?

running SFC /scannow did not fix the problem either.


Regards
Andy M
 

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Mr. Arnold

#2
"Andy M" <trumpy81@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:ORhlvAwAIHA.4476@xxxxxx

> GDay All,
>
> I have a problem with ASP.NET and an Autodesk Web App. This problem has
> lead to the discovery of some corrupt files in my ASP.NET folder.
>
> I have tried repairing the files by running dotnetfx.exe from Microsoft
> but this simply informs me that .NET is installed by the system. Hence, no
> repairing takes place.
What problems are you talking about? What ASP.NET folder are you talking
about? Are you getting error messages back and what are they?
 

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Andy M

#3
Mr. Arnold wrote:

>
> "Andy M" <trumpy81@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> news:ORhlvAwAIHA.4476@xxxxxx

>> GDay All,
>>
>> I have a problem with ASP.NET and an Autodesk Web App. This problem
>> has lead to the discovery of some corrupt files in my ASP.NET folder.
>>
>> I have tried repairing the files by running dotnetfx.exe from
>> Microsoft but this simply informs me that .NET is installed by the
>> system. Hence, no repairing takes place.
>
> What problems are you talking about? What ASP.NET folder are you talking
> about? Are you getting error messages back and what are they?
>
Mr. Arnold, I apologise for the lack of information in my question above
and also for the error. The folder in question is Microsoft.NET not ASP.NET.

The initial problem is that ADMS 2008 cannot connect via localhost.

Subsequent searches through the log/error logs and event viewer lead me
to google.

I found several references to the fact that ASP.NET may not be properly
registered with IIS.

So I executed the following command:

------
C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\aspnet_regiis.exe -i
------

this produced no errors and appeared to complete correctly, however, it
did not solve the problem.

Another suggested command is:

-----
regsvr32 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\aspnet_isapi.dll
-----

After running this command I recieve the following error message:

-----
The Module
"C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\aspnet_isapi.dll"

was loaded but the entry point DllRegisterServer was not found.

Make sure that "C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\aspnet_isapi.dll" is
a valid dll or ocx file and try again.
-----

As stated, I have tried repairing the files by running dotnetfx.exe
and running SFC /scannow but neither of these commands have repaired
my ASP.NET Installation.

Any help you could give me regarding the repair of this and any other
ASP.NET files would be appreciated.


Regards
Andy M
 

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Mr. Arnold

#4
"Andy M" <trumpy81@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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> Mr. Arnold wrote:

>>
>> "Andy M" <trumpy81@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> news:ORhlvAwAIHA.4476@xxxxxx

>>> GDay All,
>>>
>>> I have a problem with ASP.NET and an Autodesk Web App. This problem has
>>> lead to the discovery of some corrupt files in my ASP.NET folder.
>>>
>>> I have tried repairing the files by running dotnetfx.exe from Microsoft
>>> but this simply informs me that .NET is installed by the system. Hence,
>>> no repairing takes place.
>>
>> What problems are you talking about? What ASP.NET folder are you talking
>> about? Are you getting error messages back and what are they?
>>
>
> Mr. Arnold, I apologise for the lack of information in my question above
> and also for the error. The folder in question is Microsoft.NET not
> ASP.NET.
>
> The initial problem is that ADMS 2008 cannot connect via localhost.
>
> Subsequent searches through the log/error logs and event viewer lead me to
> google.
>
> I found several references to the fact that ASP.NET may not be properly
> registered with IIS.
>
> So I executed the following command:
>
> ------
> C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\aspnet_regiis.exe -i
> ------
>
> this produced no errors and appeared to complete correctly, however, it
> did not solve the problem.
>
> Another suggested command is:
>
> -----
> regsvr32 C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\aspnet_isapi.dll
> -----
>
> After running this command I recieve the following error message:
>
> -----
> The Module
> "C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\aspnet_isapi.dll"
>
> was loaded but the entry point DllRegisterServer was not found.
>
> Make sure that "C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\aspnet_isapi.dll" is a
> valid dll or ocx file and try again.
> -----
>
> As stated, I have tried repairing the files by running dotnetfx.exe
> and running SFC /scannow but neither of these commands have repaired
> my ASP.NET Installation.
>
> Any help you could give me regarding the repair of this and any other
> ASP.NET files would be appreciated.
> <http://groups.google.com/group/microsoft.public.windows.vista.general/browse_thread/thread/44cb3236c45fcced/20812371e735711d%2320812371e735711d>
You may just want to try to uninstall the Framework and install it again.

This link talks about .Net Framework on other NT classed O/S(s) concerning
uninstalling 1.1.

I was able to use the Installer and go to the area for the Frameworks. You
just may be able to delete the Framework folder and reinstall the Framework
for the O/S.

It's a shot. That's the best I can tell you. :)
 

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Andy M

#5
Mr. Arnold wrote:

>
> You may just want to try to uninstall the Framework and install it again.
>
> This link talks about .Net Framework on other NT classed O/S(s)
> concerning uninstalling 1.1.
>
> I was able to use the Installer and go to the area for the Frameworks.
> You just may be able to delete the Framework folder and reinstall the
> Framework for the O/S.
>
> It's a shot. That's the best I can tell you. :)
Oh, if only it were that simple. .NET is installed as part of the OS
(Vista Ultimate) and as such does not have an installer/uninstaller
listed in Progtrams and Features.

The files seem to have kernel type protection on them as well. I have
tried taking ownership of them and setting folder permissions etc. but
they wont let me move, rename or delete them.

Thanks for the suggestion though Mr. Arnold.


Regards
Andy M
 

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Mr. Arnold

#6
"Andy M" <trumpy81@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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> Mr. Arnold wrote:

>>
>> You may just want to try to uninstall the Framework and install it again.
>>
>> This link talks about .Net Framework on other NT classed O/S(s)
>> concerning uninstalling 1.1.
>>
>> I was able to use the Installer and go to the area for the Frameworks.
>> You just may be able to delete the Framework folder and reinstall the
>> Framework for the O/S.
>>
>> It's a shot. That's the best I can tell you. :)
>
> Oh, if only it were that simple. .NET is installed as part of the OS
> (Vista Ultimate) and as such does not have an installer/uninstaller listed
> in Progtrams and Features.
>
> The files seem to have kernel type protection on them as well. I have
> tried taking ownership of them and setting folder permissions etc. but
> they wont let me move, rename or delete them.
>
I don't know about that one. The .Net Framework is a library of routines for
..NET developed solutions that's for sure and not part of any O/S. It just
happens to be pre-installed with Vista.

When I say Installer I mean going to the Command Prompt and entering the
command *Installer* which brings up the screens that kind of look like
you're running Regedt32. You might have to use the Command Prompt with Run
As Administrator to escalate your privildges to do something, even if you're
running with Admin rights on the machine with your user account. You may
need to go into Safe mode and just shutdown all running applications,
because you may have applications running on the machine that are using the
..Net Framework at any given time.

I am pretty sure you can get rid of the Framework and reinstall it as it's
not part of the Vista O/S.
 

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#7
Mr. Arnold wrote:

>
> "Andy M" <trumpy81@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> news:ODKjVL0AIHA.4880@xxxxxx

>> Mr. Arnold wrote:

>>>
>>> You may just want to try to uninstall the Framework and install it
>>> again.
>>>
>>> This link talks about .Net Framework on other NT classed O/S(s)
>>> concerning uninstalling 1.1.
>>>
>>> I was able to use the Installer and go to the area for the
>>> Frameworks. You just may be able to delete the Framework folder and
>>> reinstall the Framework for the O/S.
>>>
>>> It's a shot. That's the best I can tell you. :)
>>
>> Oh, if only it were that simple. .NET is installed as part of the OS
>> (Vista Ultimate) and as such does not have an installer/uninstaller
>> listed in Progtrams and Features.
>>
>> The files seem to have kernel type protection on them as well. I have
>> tried taking ownership of them and setting folder permissions etc. but
>> they wont let me move, rename or delete them.
>>
>
> I don't know about that one. The .Net Framework is a library of routines
> for .NET developed solutions that's for sure and not part of any O/S. It
> just happens to be pre-installed with Vista.
>
> When I say Installer I mean going to the Command Prompt and entering the
> command *Installer* which brings up the screens that kind of look like
> you're running Regedt32. You might have to use the Command Prompt with
> Run As Administrator to escalate your privildges to do something, even
> if you're running with Admin rights on the machine with your user
> account. You may need to go into Safe mode and just shutdown all running
> applications, because you may have applications running on the machine
> that are using the .Net Framework at any given time.
>
> I am pretty sure you can get rid of the Framework and reinstall it as
> it's not part of the Vista O/S.
>
It looks to be included with the vista, but can be turned on or off via
windows features.

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