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Can't install IIS on 2003 server

Posted on 2004-11-12
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Last Modified: 2008-01-09
I want to install IIS on Windows Server 2003 but I am asked for "staxmem.dll" while installation and I can't find where it is. Its not on the cd nor under I386 folder. There are some other files that I am asked for;

.. and so on..

I have tried this via Server Management Console and also via Add/Remove Components/Windows Components console..
Any suggestions please?
Question by:taytek
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The packed version should be on the installation CD in the <Root>\I386 folder, named staxmem.dl_; so should the others.
If this is not the case, your CD might be damaged.

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ID: 12565122
Ok thanks, I have been using the wrong CD from the beginning.. Thanks, I managed to install the Application Server.

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