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Install IIS6 on windows XP or 7

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hi
can i install IIS 6 on windows XP or Windows 7???
because i have application the need that and i dont want to install it on windows server

any suggestion
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Not positive, but I remember somewhere that XP Pro comes with IIS 5.1 or something similar, but not IIS 6.0. Should be in Add/Remove Programs.
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by:Dave Baldwin
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IIS versions are tied to the operating system versions.  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/224609
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You can't install IIS6, per se, on XP (which uses 5.1) or on Windows 7 (which uses 7.5).  If you have an app that absolutely can ONLY run on IIS6, then you would need Server 2003.  
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