VB Webclasses

I am trying to use the visual basic webclasses in Visual Basic 6 on Windows XP Pro.

However I keep getting an error saying ...

WebClass Designer
Internet Information Server or Peer Web Services version 3.0 or later must be installed to run WebClasses.

Can this be fixed? Or a hack or something to make this work?
Terry RogersIT Senior EngineerAsked:
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why not instal IIS as the mesage says
Terry RogersIT Senior EngineerAuthor Commented:
Sorry I forgot to mention, I have IIS installed with Windows XP.
You are trying to access objects available from the Commercie Server.  There is no hack. MS intentionally makes these object references available to persuade you into buying there silly software.


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Terry RogersIT Senior EngineerAuthor Commented:
All fixed now. Just needed to run Visual Studio Service Pack. :-)
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