Why my IIS 6 is crashing ? after I apply so many WIndows update recently ?

Posted on 2011-05-05
Last Modified: 2012-06-21

I am having very strange error happening, my IIS Server keeps crashing after I applied around 28+  Windows update last weekend ?

what could be the culprit ?
Question by:jjoz
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    Expert Comment

    some of the updates wore for .Net
    You can start by checking the frameworks installed on the server...
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    Author Comment

    Ah how to do that ?
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    Accepted Solution

    Post the errors that you are seeing in the Event Log.
    It will be easier to find the reason by looking at the errors than looking for a patch, as the crashing may also have other contributing factors/issues.
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    thanks for the pointers.

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