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The trust level available to your ASP.NET applications depends on the type of hosting you use (more info).
Click one of the following, based on the type of hosting you have. You can tell this by the second word in your hosting’s description beneath your hosting account’s domain name, e.g. Deluxe [...]
You can view or change your ASP.NET version on our Windows-based hosting accounts.
Note: ASP.NET 3.5 runtime is backward compatible with versions 3.0 and 2.0.
To View or Change Your Hosting Account’s ASP.NET Version
Log in to your Account Manager.
Click Web Hosting.
Click one of the following, based on [...]
Only our Plesk Shared Hosting accounts support MVC4 and MCV5 applications. For more information, see What type of hosting account do I have?
When you publish your site using an MVC4 or MCV5 application, make sure you have .NET include the MVC dlls; they’re included by default, so there’s no action [...]
By default, our Windows hosting accounts display a custom/generic error when applications generate an exception. This generic error prevents malicious users from obtaining sensitive information about your site.
To troubleshoot the issue, you can modify your web.config file and specify that a detailed error message displays instead of the custom [...]
This article only applies to Web & Classic Hosting. For more information, see What type of hosting account do I have?
Below is a list of objects supported on our Windows ASP and ASP.NET 1.1 shared hosting servers. Some of these objects are not supported in our ASP.NET 2.0/3.0/3.5 environment, due [...]
Our Web Hosting and Plesk accounts support MVC3 applications by default, but our Classic Hosting accounts do not. For more information, see What type of hosting account do I have?
However, you can deploy ASP.NET MVC3 applications to Windows Shared Hosting accounts by copying certain assemblies to the bin directory.
If you [...]
This article only applies to Web & Classic Windows Hosting. For more information, see What type of hosting account do I have?
CDOSYS is part of the System.Web.Mail namespace and is installed by default on Windows 2000 and Windows XP platforms. It replaces CDONTS for sending SMTP email messages and can [...]
Trust level refers to permissions set in the Web.config file that dictate what operations can and cannot be performed by Web applications. Our ASP.NET 3.5 and 4.0 shared hosting servers use the default Medium trust level with the addition of OleDbPermission, OdbcPermission, and a less-restrictive WebPermission.
Applications operating under a [...]
If the value application you install on your Windows hosting account is incompatible with a specific version of the ASP.NET runtime, you should change your runtime version. For more information, see Viewing or Changing Your ASP.NET Version on Windows Hosting.
NOTE: If you revert to an older version of the [...]
Before you upload your ASP.NET 3.5 application onto your hosting server, you need to modify the connection strings section of your web.config file.
NOTE: You may want to back up the web.config file on your local computer or simply comment out your current connection strings before you make any changes. This [...]