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    Default asp.net iis installation & configuration

    hi.. i had to reinstall iis5 on my w2k server machine. the machine was hosting asp.net applications with the asp.net isapi that was auto-installed with beta 1. however, because of the reinstall of iis5 all of the isapi filters no longer exist in my current configuration. i was wondering if someone knows of a place where i can get information on manually configuring asp.net in iis5. please help asap! thanks in advance.

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    Hi there,<BR><BR>Unfortunately, I don&#039;t have a solution to your problem, but maybe your problems have the same source as mine (see entry entitled "Connection String Problems" from May 8).<BR><BR>I&#039;m still researching what could be the possible cause of my problem. I have a hunch that it has something to do with IIS configurations. If I find anything related to your problem I&#039;ll let you know immediately. If you have any suggestions regarding my problem, I would greatly appreciate them.<BR><BR>Hopefully by working together we can solve these problems more quickly.<BR><BR>~~ Tony

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    hi tony.. iis has pretty much everything to do with the issue. all we gotta find out is what the isapi is called for .net applications.. if you can find that i can probably fix this problem.

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    Tony Guest

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    You may also want to read the May 11 entry entitled "xspwp.exe Memory Leak". I have a hunch that there are a lot of IIS configurations that can be set manually in the config.web file.<BR><BR>~~ Tony


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    Tony Guest

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    I don&#039;t know if this helps or not, but read my reply to myself entitled "PROBLEM SOLVED". You may just need to add some things to your config.web file.<BR><BR>I will continue to keep you posted on my findings though.<BR><BR>~~ Tony

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