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How to install IIS 6.0 in win xp professional without having XP disk avaiable locally

I have to install IIS 6.0 on a remote machine through terminal services.
I have win xp setup avaiable locally but not on remote machine.
I need to know which files are necessary so that if i copy only the files required to install IIS 6.0 to the remote macine.
OR
If someone have or knows the link to download IIS6.0 for free.
Thanks.
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basharat_rehman
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basharat_rehman
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and235100Commented:
Can you not just share your CD/DVD drive with the disk in it? And run it from there?
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and235100Commented:
Sorry - ignore the previous comment.

Can you not just browse to the cd share (or a shared folder with the windows cd contents copied in) when prompted?
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Sinoj SebastianCommented:
You cannot Install IIS 6.0 on XP unless it is a "Windows XP Pro 64-bit"
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and235100Commented:
Good point - however IIS 5.0 would be no issue...
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basharat_rehmanAuthor Commented:
i am sorry yes i need to install IIS 5
I can install it through terminal services by sharing a drive frommy local computer
but it takes too long and risk of disconnection is there.
Also i cant upload the whole XP setup which is too big almost 700MB
I want to know the files required and if i put these in a folder and give setup the path of that folder then it will install .

Can anyone tell me what files (from I386 folder) are required for IIS setup
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Jason WatkinsIT Project LeaderCommented:
Could you just copy the i386 folder over, that is what setup is going to look for anyway?

/F
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