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Hi There,
Here I pasted the code to create site in IIS. In this start command is not working. Can any of you explain why it's showing error.

Dim idxItem, idxNext, objNew, objRoot, dirObj, objDir
Dim svrComment, svrPath, svrDir, templete, images, emarketing

svrComment = Text2.Text
svrPath = Text3.Text
svrPath = svrPath & "\test"
templete = svrPath & "\templete"
images = svrPath & "\images"
script = svrPath & "\scripts"
Set dirObj = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
dirObj.CreateFolder (svrPath)
dirObj.CreateFolder (templete)
dirObj.CreateFolder (images)
dirObj.CreateFolder (script)


Text1.Text = ""
Text1.Text = Text1.Text & "Adding a Site..." & vbCrLf
Text1.Text = Text1.Text & "Getting the Next Available Server Index..." & vbCrLf
Set objComp = GetObject("IIS://localhost/W3SVC")

For Each idxItem In objComp
If IsNumeric(idxItem.Name) Then
If idxNext < idxItem.Name Then
idxNext = idxItem.Name
End If
End If
Next
idxNext = idxNext + 1
Text1.Text = Text1.Text & " (" & idxNext & ")" & vbCrLf

Text1.Text = Text1.Text & "Creating the New Site..." & vbCrLf
Set objNew = objComp.Create("IIsWebServer", idxNext)

BindingsList = Array(0)
BindingsList(0) = ":80:"
WPort = BindingsList

objNew.ServerSize = 1
objNew.ServerComment = svrComment
objNew.ServerBindings = WPort

objNew.SetInfo

Text1.Text = Text1.Text & "Creating Site Root..." & vbCrLf
Set objRoot = objNew.Create("IIsWebVirtualDir", "Root")
objRoot.Path = svrPath
objRoot.SetInfo


Text1.Text = Text1.Text & "Setting up Server..." & vbCrLf

objRoot.AuthAnonymous = True

objRoot.AccessRead = True

objRoot.AccessWrite = True

'objRoot.AccessExecute = True

objRoot.AccessScript = True

objRoot.SetInfo

Set objDir = objRoot.Create("IIsWebDirectory", "scripts")
objDir.AccessRead = False
objDir.AccessWrite = False
objDir.AccessExecute = True
objDir.ContentIndexed = False
objDir.SetInfo
Set objDir = Nothing

Text1.Text = Text1.Text & "Starting Server..." & vbCrLf
objNew.start ' This line is showing error

Text1.Text = Text1.Text & "Server Started..." & vbCrLf
Set objNew = Nothing
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Question by:kvraja
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I believe you hafta use:
Set objComp = GetObject("IIS://localhost/W3SVC/1")

Not really sure though
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and not objnew.Start but objComp.start

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