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Old 06-07-2004, 03:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Windows XP Pro IIS problem

i'm setting up a registration page for an online game - and i installed IIS. the next part of the instructions says: "Open Internet Services Manager. Browse to Default Web Site, right mouse button on it and choose New -> Site: --- yet in xp pro, there is no new site option, just virtual directory, server extensions web, and server extensions administrator.

is there a workaround for this???

Open Internet Services Manager. Browse to Default Web Site, right mouse button on it and choose New -> Site: Click Next and choose a Description for the Site (whatever you like), click Next and choose the IP Address and the TCP Port to use (i choosed for IP Address and port 8090, so if i want to connect to the site i type in ie ), click Next and choose a path that will hold the MuOnline Web Registration files (i used D:\MuReg , after creating the folder , click Next 2 times and Finish. Right mouse button on your Site description (mine is mureg) and choose Properties, then browse to Documents tab, click the Add... button enter index.htm press OK and move it to the Top, then click OK to exit: How to Setup Web Registration: Unzip the Web Account registration files to D:\MuReg\ (or the directory you choosed) and edit conn.asp and change connstr = "driver={sql server};server=;uid=sa;pwd=pass;databas e=MuOnline" to connstr = "DSN=MuOnlineReg;" then point to and test the creation of accounts.
i can't even make the first step work in XP, everything else will go smoothly if i can get the first step going.
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