We have several classic ASP sites that we must continue to maintain as such until we can figure out how to migrate them over. No one here knows .NET and there hasn't been an effort to change that. We lost our old MSDN that contained Visual Studio 6.0 and
are pretty much in a panic because we now use Windows 7 on new machines. We installed Visual Studio Express and tried to view one of the .asp pages in the browser. The message was got was: "The
type of page you have requested is not served because it has been explicitly forbidden" Why is it forbidden?
All we want to do is maintain our pages until we can figure out when to upgrade. How can we continue classic asp development for a while?
Moved byAlexander SunMonday, September 26, 2011 7:01 AMASP.NET issue (From:Installing and Registering Visual Studio Express Editions)
I am sorry that this queue is about Installing and Registering Visual Studio Express Editions. In my opinion, your problem is related to ASP.NET, so
I recommend you go to the ASP.NET forum to ask for helps. Sorry for any inconvenience.