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IIS does not appear under Administrative Tools

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Hello.

I've installed the IIS support, from Add/Remove Windows components, but even though the IIS service is running, the support app. does not appear under Administrative Tools.  I'm using an administrative user, Windows 2000 Professional.

Please, help me out with this problem.
Thanks,

Mynor.
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by:mattisflones
ID: 10690613
Hi paredes_mynor,
Does the Internet information service show up in controlpanel->administrative tools->services? If not your install is wrong, do it again and restart..

Mattis
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by:paredes_mynor
ID: 10690622
Yes, it appears under Services !!!  Is Started Automatically!

Thanks,
Mynor.
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by:mattisflones
ID: 10690677
And the admintool still does not apear?
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by:mattisflones
ID: 10690685
Is the IIS admin service started automatically?
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by:paredes_mynor
ID: 10690705
Yes, right now the IIS Admin Service is Status = Started, Startup type = Automatic.

Thanks,
Mynor.
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by:mattisflones
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Strange it doesnt apear then, did you restart after install? I would remove, and install again.. might correct it..
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by:paredes_mynor
ID: 10690751
I already did it!!  I uninstalled the thing and installed again, but got the same results.

Tks,
Mynor.
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mattisflones earned 2000 total points
ID: 10690800
Try Run->type "IIS.MSC"
Or make a shortcut with "%SystemRoot%\System32\inetsrv\iis.msc" as a target..

does it start?
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by:paredes_mynor
ID: 10690824
Ready!!!!!!!!  Thank you so much!!!!
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by:mattisflones
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Glad i could help :-)
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