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Old August 20th, 2003, 04:31 AM
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 How do you use IIS through MMC when you do not have iis.msc in the system..

 
Old August 21st, 2003, 03:37 AM
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Erm, you can't.

The msc files are the ones that tell MMC how to use the plugin, without it MMC does not know what to do.

You will have to access IIS through Administrative Tools or get hold of iis.msc.

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You can also build your own MMC.

1. Start, Run.
2. Type MMC
3. Choose Add/Remove Snapin from the console menu
4. Click Add
5. Choose Internet Information Services From the list
6. Click Add, Then Click Close
7. Click OK

You can now save this mmc as whatever name you would like. It will be saved as an msc file!

 
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thanks mm111mmm222 that much i know...
but there is no iis.msc file in my system...nor does the add anap in option from the MMC for adding iis

thanks owain...can you tell me from where could I get this iis.msc file i have searched all the CAB files of WinMe for it but could not find it...other wise I would have extracted it and installed it..

thanks any way..

 
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WinME?

Neither the MMC nor IIS are avaliable in Windows ME, they are Windows NT (2K and XP inclided) technologies.

I can email the iis.msc file to you if you want, however it still will not work on Windows ME.

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Nope you can download the PWS or install it from the NT option pack i presume it pack4...!! and then MMC which I have downloaded from the Microsoft's site...
I earlier had Win98 and then had it upgraded to WinMe ..there I had this iis.msc....and was using MMC to manage my intranet contents..

For some reasons I had to re-install every thing.. so I though since I am using winMe so why install Win98 and then WinMe so I clean installed WinMe only...
then pws from the NT option pack which I have...then downloaded the latest MMC from microsoft's site...and now I cannot find iis.msc in my system...

 yes pws does not come with WinMe...so I presume...thats why I do not have iis.msc..

I would appreciate if you can then send me this iis.msc to aquaris@iname.com

and thanks..for quick prompt reply...

 
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Maybe I am wrong with regards to the MMC and Windows ME then, however I still don't see how the IIS msc file will help you with PWS.

PWS is a Personal Web Server designed for non NT Windows platforms, IIS on the other hand is Microsoft's Internet Information Services and is a full blown web server designed to run on Windows NT (or 2K, XP or 2003).

Nevertheless I have emailed you the iis.msc file you require. If it does work can you confirm your setup because I can’t believe it will work? From what you have said I understand it to be:

Windows ME with the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) and the Microsoft Personal Web Server (PWS) installed. Both of which you have had to install from an NT option pack (or download from Microsoft's web site). You are then using the Internet Information Services snap in (iis.msc) in the MMC to access your PWS. Is this correct?

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exactly thats what i was doing and want to do...
thank you for sending me the file...

 
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And it works? I am very surprised.

Well you learn something new every day. :)

Glad I could help, no problem in sending you the file.

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  yes owain you are right...

i will need iis 4.0 not PWS

wonder from where I could get iis 4.o
 microsoft seems to have just SPs for it...and they are concentrating on Win2003 with iis 6.0 ..so i cannot find it in either downloads..

earlier I had NT Cd with NT option pack 4 which had it...but that CD some how got corrupted and I cannot use it for installation
( it was an old Cd some 6-7 years Old..LOL )

any way thanks...again..for sending me the file...






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