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We are in the process of upgrading from IIS 3.0 and can't figure out
how to enable global directories.

On 3.0 we have a /scripts defined with no IP associated, using that I
can go to and access a CGI stored there. How do
I set this up on 4.0?

We have tried using the "default website" but it didn't work properly.
One thing to note is that were are using the new "host header
redirection" feature and have 40+ sites on a single IP.


Bill Fisher

NTISP Mailing List

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