How to Change .NET Version of Virtual Directory?

This article will assist you to change ASP.Net version of virtual directory from WebsitePanel. We assume that you have already created virtual directory. If not, refer to our article how to create virtual directory from WebsitePanel

  1. If you have a reseller or VPS account then first click on All Customers link as shown in following image.

    All Customers

  2. It will show you list of all customers you have created in WebsitePanel. Click on the customer name under whom you have added the virtual directory.

    Customer List

  3. Shared Hosting customes would see following screen directly once logged into WebsitePanel. Under Web menu select Web Sites option.

    Websites Menu

  4. You will see list of created websites here. Click on website name under which you have created the virual directory.

    Website List

  5. At Web Site Properties page, you would see tab namely Virtual Dirs. Click on this tab and you will see list of all created virtual directories.

    Website Properties

  6. Click on Extensions tab, select the .NET version from the drop down menu and click on Update button.

    Extensions

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