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Installing IIS 7 on Vista


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Installing IIS 7 on Vista is pretty simple, but there are some significant changes under the hood. For example, by default fewer components are installed than were installed in IIS 6. You will probably want to enable some additional features. Take the case of IIS 6 compatability. To use ADSI scripts, you need to install the IIS 6 compatability components. 

Brett Hill
IIS Technical Evangelist


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  • Thanks for the video. Very good instructed! Helped me alot.
  • Good idea... but the video is small and blurry and I can't really see or read what you are doing. I keep listening to your presentation but I can't follow it. When it comes to openening the wonderfull IIS7 manager you type it in the search box but guess what? WE CAN'T read it and you didn't tell us what you were typing.

    Your grade:
    Subject   B
    Presentation C
    Implementation and show F
  • starstuff... are you kidding, are you really that dumb, try expanding the video numb nutz.
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    Hi Sir,
    I'm not able to install SQL 2005 reporting service on Win 7 due to the IIS issue, i have installed SQL 2005 service pack, IIS 7(working fine).
    Could you please help me out?
    Thanks and Regards

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