About 95% of the way though the install I got a .dll error and it
locked the system up. Upon rebooting it had only upgraded 5
of the 50+ domains we host. Also all the permissions on the
directories had been changed.
The configuration for running Perl scripts is different also so
be prepared to make some modifications there.
The only other thing we found and this is up for debate, was
that the newest version of the index server would not install on
a BDC. Mitch and Dale have had it running on BDCs but unless
I missed a message they were at the Beta 3 level.
I do have it operational now but the 1 hour install took a
little longer as I ended up have to rebuild the server as a member
The features are great but any precautions you can take would
be worthwhile in my opinion.
Mitch, Dale, have you had any luck finding a released version
running on a BDC?
John David M. Miller
SAMnet Internet Solutions / http://www.samnet.net
Authorized Ipswitch VAR - Offering ISP Discounts
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From: Kurt A Butzin DDS <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tuesday, December 09, 1997 11:51 PM
Subject: NT4 Option Pack Upgrade from IIS3
>Has anyone upgraded an IIS3 server to the NT4 Option Pack? I'm running
>Option Pack on a non production machine with no problems, but it was a
>install. Before I upgrade the production servers I wanted to inquire as to
>problems others may have had. Any suggestions are appreciated. By the
>we run Cold Fusion 3.1 on one of the production servers. Thanks in
>Kurt A. Butzin, DDS
>Molarnet Technologies, Inc. (An Internet Solutions Provider)
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