I'm trying to migrate an ASP.NET 2.0 app (WebForms) to ASP.NET 3.5. I've finally fixed a 500.19 IIS 7.5 error I was having. Now it will run, so long as I don't attempt to debug it. If I do attempt to debug it I get an error message. I've searched for help on this error and there's precious little out there. Here's the text of the error message:
"Unable to start debugging on the web server. Check for one of the following.
1) The application you are trying to debug uses a version of the Microsoft .NET Framework that is not supported by the debugger.
2) The debugger has made an incorrect assumption about the Microsoft .NET Framework version your application is going to use.
3) The Microsoft .NET Framework version specified by you for debugging is incorrect.
Please see the Visual Studio .NET debugger documentation for correctly specifying the Microsoft .NET Framework version your application is going to use for debugging."
Well, as far as I know, I'm using the correct version of the .NET Framework (3.5) for this app. Although I am not as familiar with IIS 7.5 on Windows 7. Anyway, I could use help on this error, please.
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