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Group Policy Template file to Disable & Stop IIS service

Posted on 2008-10-13
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Hi,

Need a Group Policy Template (.adm) file to disable & stop IIS service in the windows xp workstations.

i have found the registry settings for the same

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic es\IISADMIN

Goto "Start" and change the value to "4" this will disable and stop IIS
value "2" for enable IIS

Can any one help me to create ADM file using the above values.
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Question by:kumarnirmal
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by:Medquest
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Value      Result
1      System
2      Automatic
3      Manual      
4      Disabled

I am gonna assume that your goal is to stop and disable the IISAdmin service, and if that's the case then check out the two attached files.

I've been doing this setup all the time.

cheers
IISAdminKey.reg.txt
Stop-IISAdmin-Service.bat.txt
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kumarnirmal earned 0 total points
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Hi,

Thanks for your reply, i have Disable & Stopped IIS service without creating a new adm template
by the following settings.

Computer Configuration->Windows Settings->Security Settings->System Services
IIS Admin Service =Disable

Note: After restart the machine first the IIS service startup type become disabled and in the next reboot IIS service also stopped.


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