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what would cause IIS to disappear from Windows 2003 server SP2?
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by:bigbigpig
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IIS is gone or IIS manager?
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Click start >run and type this in

%SystemRoot%\system32\inetsrv\iis.msc

Click ok.  See if the IIS manager starts.  If not...

See if you can connect to this server from another 2003 box that has iis manager on it.  Simply open the manager and click the Action menu then click connect.  Enter the name of the server in question and see what happens.
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by:BarryDo
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or just type inetmgr into Start > Run

Check that the IIS Web Server role hasn't been uninstalled.
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