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Missing Web Site Option in IIS 6.0

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I can't create any websites because I don't have the website option in my iis 6.

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goto control panel / programs and features /add-remove windows component and add the iis components.
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ve3ofa,
  I don't see where Windows is installed, so I can't add any components.

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you were close ...
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Ok, how do I add the web site option from this screen?

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