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Cannot Edit IIS Native Module Code

Posted on 2014-10-02
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I'm trying to install the Google Sitemap Generator on my Web Server. The install completed, which created a new entry in IIS. However, when I try to run the application from the web browser, I get an error.

I looked up that error and found that there was a native module installed in IIS for this site called "GoogleSitemapGeneratorModule". The problem is that the "Code" for this module is incorrect. Everywhere I've looked online, people say the fix is simple: go to the module in IIS, click on it, click "Edit", and update the path.

However, "Edit" is grayed out for any "Native" module type, and I can't seem to find how I can get that enabled so that I can update this.

Help, please!

Thanks in advance!
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by:Joshua Grantom
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You are opening the IIS Manager with administrative rights correct?
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by:infotechelg
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Sorry. Yes. I meant to mention that. I right-clicked and did "run as administrator"
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You know what? I figured out the issue. I was going to "Modules" on the Website itself. I went to "Modules" on the server parent and I'm able to edit it there.
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I figured out the solution.
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