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Thursday, September 10, 2009

How to Install IIS on Windows Vista

For those who are using Windows Vista, you can install IIS as below :

First : Go to Control Panel, then click on Programs. You will see a link for "Turn Windows features on or off".

Second : Checked the items you want, and clicked OK, you will see this dialog "Please wait while the features are configured. This might take several minutes."

Third : Now when you navigate in your browser to local host, you'll see the new default page...

lastly, GOOD LUCK....

HTTP Error 404


When you request dynamic content such as an Active Server Pages (ASP) page, on a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 server that is running Internet Information Services (IIS), you may receive one of the following error messages:

Error message 1

HTTP Error 404 - File Not Found

Error message 2

HTTP Error 404- File or Directory not found


By default, when IIS is installed on any version of the Windows Server 2003 family, IIS only serves static content (HTML)

Resolution ????????

Enable dynamic content when you really want to use it. By default, IIS disables dynamic content for security reasons.

To permit IIS to serve dynamic content, the administrator must unlock this content in the Web service extensions node in IIS Manager. To do this, the administrator must either enable a pre-existing Web service extension or add a new Web service extension.

Enable a Pre-existing Web Service Extension in IIS

To permit IIS to serve content that is already listed in the Web service extensions list, follow these steps:

1. Open IIS Manager, expand the master server node (that is, the Servername node), and then select the Web service extensions node.

In the right pane of IIS Manager, right-click the extension that you want to enable. In this example, this is Active Server Pages.

Click to select the Allow check box.

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