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This is the command I am entering: adsutil.vbs set w3svc/1/PasswordChangeFlags 1 At this location: D:\inetpub\AdminScripts (D:\ is where the IIS sites are all located) And here is my error: The path Comments (42) | Share Some applications are just bent on seeing what appears to be the pristine original Default Web Site that is created when IIS is first installed. Automation error Invalid syntax when installing webclient LL#6067 created on Sep 19th, 2011, last modified on Sep 19th, 2011 Issue Error Getting IIS object: IIS://LocalHost/W3SVC/1/Root/webclient. WHen I create the new Default Website, will it replace it?

ASP.NET Comments on this post: What??? If ASP.NET is enabled on the server, the ASP.NET ISAPI extensions must also be replaced with their 32-bit counterparts in the Application Extension Mapping page of the IIS Services Manager to I deleted web application from Mgt and i got default web site removed too. If that doesn't work, try step 2 in isolation: @FOR /F "delims=[]" %A IN ('@cscript //nologo %SystemDrive%\Inetpub\AdminScripts\adsutil.vbs ENUM /P /w3svc') DO @echo %A.

When I attempt to open any fwx script from a browser, I get an HTTP 500 error. In the case of the APS.NET filter, you can replace it with the 32-bit version, but it's possible that other required filters do not have a 32-bit counterpart. But there's my experience with it.One thing to mention. Connect with top rated Experts 13 Experts available now in Live!

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Ok its not the most advanced ftp server I've came across. First you want to really make sure that there is not a web known as W3SVC/1. That was a nice post. check over here I'll post a new thread of the IISPWD tool doesn't work.

That would be the three examples I provide above. Visit our UserVoice Page to submit and vote on ideas! Some servers may be configured with additional 64-bit ISAPI filters, which would also be incompatible with 32-bit mode.

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The content you requested has been removed. You deleted "Default Web Site" from IIS?!?! This is the name under which it will appear in the Internet Information Services MMC (aka InetMgr).Voila! You deleted "Default Web Site" from IIS?!?!

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