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iiscnfg copy problem

Posted on 2006-06-21
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I'm running the iiscnfg copy script, but it seems as if it's timing out when copying the file.

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http://nrking.com/mei/iiscnfgproblem.jpg

On reading up on the script, it should continue to say that it's copied the file.

Please help!
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It should, yes; seems like the script just stops.
Do you have drive I and J mapped after the script stops?
Then another note: I just stumbled over an article that pointed out that there are some permission issues when using the iiscnfg script to replicate the IIS metabase, concerning the /w3svc/AppPools and /w3svc/Filters sections.
Check this page for some additional scripts that will work around this (if you don't want to correct the permissions manually after the replication):
IISCnfg.vbs - IIS Settings Replication
http://weblogs.asp.net/owscott/archive/2006/06/07/IISCnfg.vbs---IIS-Settings-Replication.aspx
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