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Installing Internet Information Services

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Installing IIS http://localhost/iishelp/iis/htm/core/iiiisin.htm 1 of 1 1/10/2007 10:20 PM Installing IIS Internet Information Services is not installed on Windows XP Professional by default. However, IIS 5.1 is installed by default only if PWS was installed on your previous version of Windows. You can remove IIS or select additional components by using the Add/Remove Programs application in Control Panel. To start using IIS, see Q uick Site Setup with IIS and The IIS snap-in . To install IIS, add components, or remove components For a detailed description of the IIS optional components, see Installing IIS O ptional Components . Click Start , click Control Panel , and double-click Add/Remove Programs . The Add/Remove Programs application starts. 1. In the left column of the Add/Remove Programs dialog box, click
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Unformatted text preview: Add/Remove Windows Components . 2. When the Windows Components Wizard appears, click Next . 3. In the Windows Components list, select IIS . 4. Click Next , and follow the instructions. 5. Directories remaining after uninstall The following directories, which contain user content, remain on your computer after you uninstall IIS: \Inetpub \ systemroot \Help\IisHelp \ systemroot \System32\Inetsrv Related Topics For more information on related topics such as the IIS software checklist, security checklist, or troubleshooting, see the Windows documentation by clicking Help from the Start menu. To find answers to frequently asked questions about IIS, see Frequently A sked Q uestions . © 1997-2001 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved....
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