|Hello again Michelle :),
On Win2K Server you use/install Internet Information Services 5.0 rather
than PWS. It should be available on your Windows CD if you do not
already have it installed...
Configuration will be quite different to configuration of PWS - roughly
what do the instructions say to do for PWS?
This from my earlier message may help:
For Windows 2000 and I assume XP, you can right-mouse-click on "My
Computer", select "Manage" to bring up the "Computer Management"
application and step down the tree (Services and Applications > Internet
Information Services > Default Web Site).
Once you've opened the Computer Management Console, you can edit the
properties of the website or virtual directories by right-mouse-clicking
in the tree.
For further information, read at least lesson 3 at:
On Tue, 2003-04-29 at 08:38, Michelle Mitchell wrote:
> I finally figured out that Windows 2000 Server does
> not have PWS and therefore I can't make the changes
> the Installer's Guide tells me to. So how do I make
> Greenstone work?
> Michelle I Mitchell
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