Disable task on IIS website creation.

Posted on 2007-08-10
Last Modified: 2010-04-20
In Internet information Server (IIS) is there anyway of disabling this task after creating a website?

If we don't the website does not work.

Is there a registery entry that can do this for me.

Right click on the new website in new website created, select on properties deselect the Enable logging box then click ok.
Question by:doragbon
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    Instead of disabling logging, click button Properties and take a note of the log folder, then verify the NTFS permissions

    Administrators - Full Control
    SYSTEM - Full Control
    Users - Read and Execute
    CREATOR OWNER - Full Control

    Go to Event Viewer and post any related events here.

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