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Windows XP x64 and IIS 6.0?

 
 
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      08-23-2005
I have a new Dell Precision 380 workstation with the Pentium D and Windows XP
x64. When I install IIS from the included Dell disk, it installs IIS 6.0. I
read a couple articles saying IIS 6.0 is only for Server 2003. I need to
know if this is 100% true because it would explain why I've been tortured
trying to get it to run on my new workstation but, why would Dell have
packaged it in if it's not compatible. Mistake??
Any help will be appreciated,
Giancarlo
 
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Andre Da Costa [Extended64]
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      08-23-2005
Because IIS 6.0 comes with Windows Server 2003 (SP1) and Windows XP
Professional x64 Edition and Windows Server 2003 x64 is based on the Windows
Server 2003 SP1, thats why it automatically comes with IIS 6.0.
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>I have a new Dell Precision 380 workstation with the Pentium D and Windows
>XP
> x64. When I install IIS from the included Dell disk, it installs IIS 6.0.
> I
> read a couple articles saying IIS 6.0 is only for Server 2003. I need to
> know if this is 100% true because it would explain why I've been tortured
> trying to get it to run on my new workstation but, why would Dell have
> packaged it in if it's not compatible. Mistake??
> Any help will be appreciated,
> Giancarlo



 
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Steve Thompson
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      08-24-2005
Giancarlo wrote:
> I have a new Dell Precision 380 workstation with the Pentium D and Windows XP
> x64. When I install IIS from the included Dell disk, it installs IIS 6.0. I
> read a couple articles saying IIS 6.0 is only for Server 2003. I need to
> know if this is 100% true because it would explain why I've been tortured
> trying to get it to run on my new workstation but, why would Dell have
> packaged it in if it's not compatible. Mistake??
> Any help will be appreciated,
> Giancarlo


Giancarlo,

IIS 6 comes with, and runs on, Windows XP x64 Edition.

Have a look at
http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;894435

Or on my site at
http://www.online64.net/kb.php?mode=article&k=7

Cheers,

Steve Thompson

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