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I need help fixing and IIS 6.0 Metabase issue

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I have a customer with a Windows 2003 R2 server that suddenly stopped working after he installed an SSL certificate.  I have researched this enough to know it looks like a metabase error, but with no backup and not a lot of metabase experience this is very tough to troubleshoot.  Anyone have any help that they could lend?
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I ended up calling Microsoft on this since I got no responses.  They were able to assist me in figuring out the issue.  Turns out the enduser had assigned a local user account to the IIS Admin Service - changed it back to system and it worked fine.
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