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A non-fatal configuration error in IIS 5.0

Posted on 2004-09-03
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One of my windows 2000 advacned servers hosting over 100 sites started all of a sudden to give me this error when I open the IIS management console:

"A non-fatal configuration occured, Not all available information may be displayed"

I click OK and the console displays all sites (apparently) fine, but when I highlight any one of them and click Propertis all settngs show grayed out.

Any clues ?  my servers have all letest patches, antivirus protection and firewall as well.

thanks
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by:f_umar
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please check the event viewer for error messages and write the error id source and description, it would be a great help to sort out the problem.

restart your server once and see the event viewer it may genrate errors.
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by:mdscorp
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I already did this, nothing in the event viewer.
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BigC666 earned 500 total points
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howdy,

I just resolved this kind of issue for a client of mine. Your only option is to restore the IIS Metabase from a previous backup

sorry
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