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IIS and 2000 Professional

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Could I install IIS on the computer working under Windows 2000 Professional? If yes, how? Is the installation  similar with installation of MS Peer Web Services for NT Workstation?
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It's very easy to install IIS on win2k professonal, just input your win2k disk and...

start->setup->control pannel->add/remove program, and select add windows ....(last item). Here you can find IIS in the first turn, and double click it, chose the usefull one for you.

The disk size it should use will appare after each services.

BTW: I am not use English version of Win2K, so, maybe here the item names I give is not correct, but I think you can find get the main idea about it.

Good Luck:)
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Thanks :)) It works!
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