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  • Checking for IIS

    While my app installing, how to check if IIS(Internet Infomation Server) is installed on users computer(Windows 2000).
    Thanks.

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    if you know the executable file name for the application, you could search for that directory then look for the .exe file. Just a thought.
    Gregg Payne

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    • #3
      IIS Checking..

      Originally posted by coffeeworm
      While my app installing, how to check if IIS(Internet Infomation Server) is installed on users computer(Windows 2000).
      Thanks.
      below iis checking script.

      chkIIS = Service.Query("World Wide Web Publishing Service", "");
      if (chkIIS == 0) then //IIS service is not found.
      Dialog.Message("Iis not found!", "Iis isn't install.", MB_OK);
      end

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      • #4
        Script for checking IIS

        I think there is no method like Service.query in auto play script please check it and reply.

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