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I used the security config and analysis and imported a security template.  all seemed well but not.  I would like to reverse the settings or import a default configuration to overwrite the one that is in there curently.  The security template that is in there now is restricting users to log on to the IIS setup that I have.  How can I get rid of the on that is in currentlty??
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This might help you: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=226243

It should work fine with 2003.

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Actually, forget that fix, try this on for size:

<http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/windowsserver2003/library/ServerHelp/48872034-1907-4149-b6aa-9788d38209d2.mspx>

This should allow you to reset them to defaults.

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I went to admin tools and looked at the IIS and it is greyed out from the security temolate that I imported, if I could get this removed that would be great!  do you know where I can look to get that removed
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Where, exactly, is it that you are seeing the greyed out settings?

If you could provide the steps to open up what you are looking at, I can determine what you refer to.

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start>admin tools>IIS manager  .
this is greyed out
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what would the effect be if I used the Security Cinfiguration and analysis to import the DC Security .inf and then use the onfigure computer no option.  it would overwrite the one that is in there currently....I just do not want a bad result...
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Does this new article apply to you?:

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=897618

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I opened up an MMC and snapped in the Group Policy Object Editor for the local machine. I was able to adjust all the settings from there.
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