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Windows 2003 Standard IIS 6.0 restarting automatically after making changes

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My IIS 6.0 instance is restarting the WWW service automatically after making changes...  How can I void this from happening?  It doesn't matter what change I make.. If I click 'apply' the WWW service restarts.
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Did you try to disable restart of  the WWW service

1.  windows key + r.

2. type services.msc in the run dialog box.

3. Right-click World Wide Web Publishing Service  and click Properties.

4. Click the Recovery tab, and in the First failure, Second failure, and Subsequent failures    list boxes, click Take No Action.

 
then click ok
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