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Where can I get IIS 4.0 for Windows 2000.  I cannot install it from my NT 4.0  Option Pack
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by:epaul
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Windows 2000 already has IIS 5.0 . Why you can't use it? If you want install it goto control panel->add\remove programs->add\remove windows components,  and install internet information services.
Good luck!
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IIS 4.0 will NOT run on Windows 2000 Server.

If you are using Windows 2000 Advanced Server, or Data Center, there is no need for IIS 4.0.  All of the convention and features along with a long list of enhancements (including MMS, which allows unicast and multicast streaming content) of IIS 4.0 have been included with IIS 5.0.

After a typical installation of Advanced Server or Data Center, your Boot drive will have the directory Inetpub which will contain necessary folders to host your web, ftp, and other administrative functions.  Even FrontPage extentions are pre-installed.

You can also have MMS installed, along with other services, like newsgroup support, by choosing those components during installation or by adding/removing Windows 2000 components.

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IIS 4.0 will NOT run on Windows 2000 Server.

If you are using Windows 2000 Advanced Server, or Data Center, there is no need for IIS 4.0.  All of the convention and features along with a long list of enhancements (including MMS, which allows unicast and multicast streaming content) of IIS 4.0 have been included with IIS 5.0.

After a typical installation of Advanced Server or Data Center, your Boot drive will have the directory Inetpub which will contain necessary folders to host your web, ftp, and other administrative functions.  Even FrontPage extentions are pre-installed.

You can also have MMS installed, along with other services, like newsgroup support, by choosing those components during installation or by adding/removing Windows 2000 components.

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thanks.

hope that solved your problem.

dont hesitate to let me know if you have any more questions.

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