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IIS Refresh Not Working

By BorgInva ·
I use IIS v5.1 on XP Pro SP2. I use a counters from Frontpage 2003. Everytime I make a site change, I have to go to IIS to "recalculate web" so the counter goes to the correct logged number, and not back to 1.
Last week I installed Frontpage Extensions 2002 and the update and not "recalculate web" does nothing. I have new options that says "recalculate server extentions 2002 web" but that asks me for a login and password. I never created one on IIS. I was unable to recalc my webpages again for the counters.
Then I uninstalled all of those Frontpage Extensions 2002 with a System Restore point and then an uninstalkler that monitored it all. Then I removed all the IIS components and reinstalled fresh.
Now IIS is running again and I can "recalc" again, however, all my counters say 1. I can not get them back to the way they were with the recalc.
Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks.

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by NZ_Justice In reply to IIS Refresh Not Working
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by BorgInva In reply to

Very handy tools. I did not use them in this case but I am on another IIS issue. For this issue, I ended up uninstalling all IIS stuff and reinstalling to fix in April. I am also looking into ASP scripts (which is another whole problem in itself) for counters so I no longer have to reply on IIS' recalc.

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by zlitocook In reply to IIS Refresh Not Working

Last week I installed Frontpage Extensions 2002 and the update and not "recalculate web" does nothing. I have new options that says "recalculate server extentions 2002 web" but that asks me for a login and password. I never created one on IIS. I was unable to recalc my webpages again for the counters.
I was checking on this at MS and there is a bug or error in the update. You can not remove the update, it is suggested that you need to reinstall or wait for the next update.

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by BorgInva In reply to

Yip. See above.

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