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anyone know what happened to transaction server in iis5 ?  can't seem to figure out where it is or how to install it.
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The Trancaction Server has been incorporated in Windows 2000 as a core service and is renamed "Com+ Service"; you will filnd it in the managemenbt console as "COM+ Applications"
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