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configure and install iis

Posted on 2011-02-16
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how can I tell if
iis is configured and installed
on windows server 2008


I am using dedicated hosting
and logging in using remote desktop
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Chewe Chileshe earned 500 total points
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Just check if the webserver role has been installed. With regards to checking if its configured, that depends on what configurtion you expect to find.
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>>Just check if the webserver role has been installed.

how
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now I see the role, thanks
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