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Posted on 1998-07-28
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i just installed the option pack for nt server 4.0 (option pack 4) and every time i boot i get an eventviewer error :

7/28/98      9:23:04 PM      Ci      Error      CI Service       4147      N/A      SACHA      The IISADMIN service is not available, so virtual roots cannot be indexed.

(sacha is the computer name)

please help me, this error box is gettin' me tired.
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You can work around this error if you set iis admin service to manual instead of automatic.  Goto control panel and then services and locate iis admin service set him to manual and this should solve your problem, it is a known problem that will occur because the content index starts before the iis admin service hence the error. Other then it being a visual headache is does no harm.
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