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How can I completely uninstall IIS7 on Windows 2008 R2 server including current web sites..?
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Question by:volman2010
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by:volman2010
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Or how can I completely blow away all web sites?
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by:ErwindeVries
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You can delete the role in the server manager and delete the features with it.
It should delete everything.
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by:volman2010
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I will need this reinstalled and if doing just the role will it not bring back all the sites I had before removing the role?
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by:ErwindeVries
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I do not know for sure you can go after removing the role to the ISS folder and manueally delete the files.
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by:Darius Ghassem
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Yes, if you just uninstall the role you would get the sites back this is why I state to delete them
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by:ErwindeVries
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So just delete them manually then after role deinstallation.
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