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Msg#: 4468178 posted 12:44 am on Jun 22, 2012 (gmt 0)

I would like to make an asp page that updates itself. I am starting by reading some tutorials, and had some questions;

1) how is C# related to powershell? Why do I have to have it (do i?) to run powershell cmds

2) what is the difference in asp and aspx?

3) do I have to and how do i set the .net version?

4) Do I have to set the execution policy on the server for powershell?

Could I get someone to give me a list of the steps i need to learn maybe, like;

enable powershell
enable asp
create webpage like "hello world"
save and run



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Msg#: 4468178 posted 10:10 pm on Jun 24, 2012 (gmt 0)

(1) C# And Powershell use the dot.net framework. (C# comes as part of the dot.net framework)

(a) Asp uses visual basic scripting language as it bases, and is not compiled.
(b) Aspx uses the dot.net framework, and is precompiled or compiled on first access.

(3) I haven't double checked this in awhile. But I believe it defaults the the highest version of the dot.net run time for Aspx based websites unless you manually change it. For most users using the latest version of the Dot.Net run time for Aspx website will be ok, no need to change it.

(4) I am not as familiar with powershell to answer this one maybe someone else could.

(5) You do not need to run power shell to enable websites.
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