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Choose an extender - why do I see an old version

Posted By:      Posted Date: May 22, 2011    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

Hi everyone,

  I'm sure there is a simple explaination for this, but it's above my head.

   A brief history - I've been having LOADS of trouble getting Ajax 4.0 to work with IIS 7 under Server 2008 R2 - my issues, not software as it FINALLY turned out.  In the process, I've changed so much stuff around.  At one point I had an updated copy of "choose an extender".  I've not tried to do a fresh re-install of VWD 2010 Express, and AJAX 4.0 (May 2011).  I'm stuck with an older verson of the "choose an extender".


  My system:

  Server 2008 R2

  VWD 2010 express

  AJAX 4.0.50401

 Asp.Net 4.0


Here's a pic of my current bar:


Here's a pic of what I believe it should look like:


Any ideas?


THANKS!!!! :)


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