iisvdir /query doesn't return vdirs

32bit - Win2k3 IIS6 running command 'iisvdir /query w3svc/1' returns all of the virtual directories under the root.

On another 32bit - Win2k3 IIS6 command 'iisvdir /query w3svc/1' returns "No virtual sub-directories available."

Both servers have virtual sub directories, but the 2nd server isn't listing them with the iisvdir.  Any ideas?
LrdKanienAsked:
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meverestCommented:
Hello,

permissions maybe?

Try defining interactive user when running the script:

/u [Domain\]User /p Password

e.g.:

iisvdir /u SERVER\Administrator /p adminpass /query w3svc/1

cheers,  Mike.
LrdKanienAuthor Commented:
ran specifying local adminstrator and same results.
meverestCommented:
Maybe the default web site has a different number than '1'

try adsutil.vbs to see what the web site IDs are, eg:

c:\inetpub\adminscripts\adsutil.vbs ENUM /P W3SVC

[/W3SVC/1]
[/W3SVC/1174731628]
[/W3SVC/AppPools]
[/W3SVC/Filters]
[/W3SVC/Info]


the result set shows that there is a web site ID 1 as well as ID 1174731628

enumerate the subfolders of that web site by:

c:\inetpub\adminscripts\adsutil.vbs ENUM /P W3SVC/1174731628

..etc..

Cheers.
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LrdKanienAuthor Commented:
I can use adsutil /enum w3svc/1/root and it will list the vdirs, however iisvdir doesn't.  Also if I try to specify as you have done above it shows as:

C:\Inetpub\AdminScripts>adsutil.vbs ENUM /P W3SVC/[/W3SVC/1]

The path requested could not be found.
ErrNumber: -2147024893 (0x80070003)
Error Trying To ENUM the Object (GetObject Failed): W3SVC/[/W3SVC/1]

Yes the default site has ID1.  I cannot figure out why iisvdir works on one server and not another.

C:\Inetpub\AdminScripts>iisvdir /query w3svc/1
Connecting to server ...Done.
No virtual sub-directories available.

c:\inetpub\adminscripts\adsutil.vbs ENUM /P W3SVC/1/root
[/W3SVC/100059105]
[/W3SVC/1002649854] and so on...
meverestCommented:
Hi,

>> C:\Inetpub\AdminScripts>adsutil.vbs ENUM /P W3SVC/[/W3SVC/1]

in my examples above, these parts:

[/W3SVC/1]
[/W3SVC/1174731628]
[/W3SVC/AppPools]
[/W3SVC/Filters]
[/W3SVC/Info]

are supposed to be the script output result - not intended as input data.

so just enter this:

C:\Inetpub\AdminScripts>adsutil.vbs ENUM /P W3SVC/

and:

C:\Inetpub\AdminScripts>adsutil.vbs ENUM /P W3SVC/1

C:\Inetpub\AdminScripts>adsutil.vbs ENUM /P W3SVC/Root

etc etc.

Cheers.



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LrdKanienAuthor Commented:
even the boys at M$ had no clue.
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