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IIS 5 administration

I have recently upgraded to Windows NT professional from Windows NT 4.0 and now have problems with IIS.
Having installed the .Net framework and VS.Net, I cannot execute ASP.Net files locally.

I am unable to locate any Start menu options from windows to locate IIS adminstration (from either the
control panel > Admin tools or the Start menu directly.

I have tried searching for ".msc" files to load the management console direclty and can point it to
the default web site, but the site will now work even when I create the most simple "hello world" asp
site...

I have tried remove VS.Net and the .Net framework and re-installing IIS using control panel>Add remove
programs> Windows Components> IIS.  It makes no difference.


FYI, I have IE 6.0 as the browser with the latest service packs applied. I have the latest security
updates  to Windows 2000.


Thanks in advance for specific replies.
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johnoneill2001
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emorrieCommented:
Well if you upgraded to Windows 2000 professional then you need to right click on My Computer and select Manage.  You then expand Services and Applications and then in there you should see Internet Information Services.  You can then manage the IIS server similar to the way you did in IIS4.

You can also create custom Management windows just for IIS if you wanted to.

Eric
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raid999Commented:
I am really not sure but i remember something about SP5 i think for IIS to run on NT you should have SP5 for NT or SP4 i am really not sure just try the latest one.

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