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      I am getting a problem while I am opening IIS Application Project.
It is giving me - "internet information server or Peer web services version 3.0 or later muct be installed to run wen classes."
Could somebody help me what is the exact problem If i have to install IIS 3.0 or later then where can i get this version.

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What is your OS?
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windows 2000 server

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IIS is included with Windows 2000 Server. It will be on one of the discs (You'll have to look around to find it.)

When I was working with WinNT 3.5, IIS was on one of the discs in the distribution.

Personal Web Server was included on my Win98 disc, and I had that on my WinNt 3.5 workstation also.

But I believe PWS has been dropped, and any internet server will be IIS (which is also included in WinXP Pro).
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Thanks BrianWren..

      Yes I have already intalled IIS in my 2000 server, Instead of that I am getting this exception which i mentioned before so what can be reason and..

Does IIS has different versions...?

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The workstation upon which you are trying to open the project for development must have a server on it.
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So Isn't IIS a Server.
I mean as you are saying that Server must be installed.
so I have IIS in my comp.
sorry...
but I am not getting you properly.....
can explain me?


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Yes, IIS is a server.
But I only wanted to make sure you weren’t relying on IIS running on a server that your computer is connected to, but that it was actually running on the computer that was going to be used for development of the program.
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so can u tell what can be problem that IIS application is not opening in my computer.

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It sounds like there is no server running on your development workstation.

Keep in mind that you can have an internet server on the machine that is stopped, and it will be just as if you have no server installed—no response to an internet-protocol request. In that case (at least for VB’s purposes) it would be exactly the same as not having a server at all.




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