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NNTP Component is either not installed or disabled

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Hi

I'm trying to deploy Exchange 2003 into my server 2003 instead of using the Mail Server which is now uninstalled and when i go to install it using the Typical Option i get a message flash up saying
' THE COMPONENT "MICROSOFT EXCHANGE MESSAGING AND COLLABORATION SERVICES" CANNOT BE ASIGNED TO THE ACTION "INSTALL" BECAUSE:
 - THE NNTP COMPONENT OF MICROSOFT INFORMATION SERVICES (IIS) IS EITHER NOT INSTALLED OR DISABLED.

Can anyone help with this please
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Seems like you have to install the NNTP component for IIS.

See if this article will help you:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124295(EXCHG.65).aspx

Might be a good idea to review the entire article but if you scroll down a bit, you'll see the NNTP portion of the setup.

Hope this helps!

LTxda
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Thanks pal
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