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installing site server 3.0

Posted on 2001-06-21
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Ok. MSN says:
http://support.microsoft.com/support/siteserver/install/ss3sp4/w2k-nosql.asp

>Site Server 3.0 Installation Steps
>Install Microsoft Windows 2000.


>Microsoft recommends that you install Windows 2000 as a >stand-alone or member server, rather than as a domain >controller. For more information, see the Site Server >3.0 Getting Started booklet.
>Install the Indexing Service.
>Install IIS 5.0.
>Install the FrontPage 2000 Server Extensions.
>Install SMTP.

Where do you get the downloads for the Indexing
service?  Does it run on MSSQL or IIS?

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The indexing service is found in the components. Goto Add/Remove Programs --> then on the left side of that window click on add Components. And then add the Indexing Service if it is already not installed. It is most likely a sub-component of one the components. Used the details view to find it.
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it's there and checked, so guess that means it's
installed?

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