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Windows 2003 World Wide Web Publishing service keeps resetting to disabled.

Posted on 2008-06-12
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Hey I keep manually setting the WWW publishing service on my windows 2003 server to "automatic"  however every day when I come in the service is reset to "disabled"  anyone have any idea why this might be occuring?
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do you have a group policy applying to the server?
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possibly..what policy would that be that would apply this change?
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System was in the wrong OU.
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