Hello!We have several web services that all work together.ÃÂ These have been tested in our DEV envrionment and are working quite well.ÃÂ One of these is a caching manager that runs on each server and the client services talk to it via named Pipes which is quite fast!ÃÂ Today, we started moving our services from DEV to our PROD environment running on Server2008 R2.ÃÂ Our dev envrionment is Windows 7.ÃÂ Where as our DEV envrionment is a single machine sandbox, our PROD environment is multiple servers and multiple web sites.ÃÂ We have a single site set up on each server to run this namedPipe enabled service.ÃÂ We set everything up (at least from IIS) to be identical to the Win7 IIS environment, but we just cannot get the SVC page to show us the service definition.When I get into the console of IIS , right click on the SVC file and select BROWSE, I get an error as folows:Could not find a base address that matches scheme net.pipe for the endpoint with binding NetNamedPipeBinding. Registered base address schemes are [http].
We did install the activiation component of .net on our IIS server.We are running .Net 3.5.1 on our IIS server (running IIS 7.0 on Server 2008 R2)However, when I go to the advanced settings for my site, and look at Enabled Protocols I see:http,net.pipe,net.tcp
And when I go to my application under the site and look at advanced settings I see:http,net.pipe,net.tcp
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