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I have a windows 2008 server running many websites under IIS7.

Is there an easy way to tell which of those websites are using .net/have .net enabled for use on them rather than having to individually look at each websites settings to tell whether they are static site only/asp classic only/mix with .net ?

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Look at the application pools. By default IIS will create a new apppool for each site. .NET can be configured at the apppool level. So if you want to disable .NET entirely you can set the apppool to No Managed Code.

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