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MetalRooster

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Hi

I'm very new to ASP, well i used to do PHP and Perl and i find ASP is a complete different stuff here coz of the server thing that i'm trying to run but it doesn't work.

I'm running WinXP, I've already installed IIS from the windows component, i've got the Inetpub folder under my C: drive, of course. Problem is , i think i'm supposed to see an IIS icon on my task bar but it hasn't happened yet. And when i'm trying to run localhost on my browser, there's no page displayed.

Can anyone tell me why's that and how to fix it please? I'm running Mozilla Firefox as my browser by the way.

Thanks
 
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IIS will be in your admin tools not on your desktop. You also need to define the site root and startup document for the web site as well.
 

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Can you please tell me how to do that? Or may be give me a link that tell me everything about making the IIS works.

Thanks
 

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When i went in Computer Management and expanded the IIS there's an error message telling that "Dependency service or group failed to start" and then nothing happen and the IIS service is not running.

Help please
 
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