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    Angry Iis setup problem


    Hello , and sorry for my english.As i try to setup iis in windows xp proffesional sp 2 the setup program says to insert the windows xp pro cd (no sp2 included) to find the file IIS_default.html6 , i put the cd into but nothing , i put the cd sp2 included and again nothing.i don't know what happen's and i need help.in the past i have setup succefully iis .first time request me the setup of iis this file (IIS_default.html6).i search the cd of windows both(sp2 included) and i cannot find this file.
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    i have never come accross a html6 file...

    i am guessing that this is only a help file, or one of the error pages...
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    Hi,
    Let me ask u a query , besides the html6 file as u saying you really have any issues with iis?? Is your IIS working fine
    you able to host and browse files.????

    Jeethu Joseph
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    yeh, mines worked perfectly since i installed it.

    i even have PHP running with no problems at all...
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    try searching here and google, I think I've seen posts about IIS install problems when the CD is not the same SP version as the computer. I don't know an instant solution, I have IIS on 2 or 3 XP Pro SP2 but I usually install IIS at the same time I install XP.
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