Can httpsrvr.dll support windows 2003 server?

Can httpsrvr.dll support windows 2003 server?

Post by Emmanue » Sat, 09 Apr 2005 13:52:35


I am using WebConnection,
if I connect to windows 2000 server, there is no problem
but I found that, If I connect to MS Windows 2003 Server Web Edition,
Error : "Not Found (404)" is occurred

all the config of IIS is the same.
the virtual path is set to "Scripts and Executables"

How can I solve it?
is it support 2003 ???

Emmanuel
 
 
 

Can httpsrvr.dll support windows 2003 server?

Post by Dan Palle » Sun, 10 Apr 2005 01:34:44


IIS 6 on 2003 Server blocks most non-standard ISAPI dll's by default. You
have to allow execution of the httpsrvr.dll in the IIS 6 configuration.

Dan

 
 
 

Can httpsrvr.dll support windows 2003 server?

Post by Tony Blomf » Sun, 10 Apr 2005 10:56:07

Yes.
 
 
 

Can httpsrvr.dll support windows 2003 server?

Post by Emmanue » Fri, 15 Apr 2005 00:40:17

Would you tell me how to set-up step by step?
I have try, but fail
"Dan Palley" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >



You
 
 
 

Can httpsrvr.dll support windows 2003 server?

Post by Dan Palle » Fri, 15 Apr 2005 01:44:24

- Launch the IIS Manager.
- Expand the settings in the treeview for the local computer.
- Click on Web Service Extensions.
- On the right-hand side, under tasks, click on Add a new Web service
extension.
- Under Extension Name, type httpsrvr.dll or whatever you want to show it
as.
- Under Required Files, select the httpsrvr.dll file on the server.
- Check the box that says "Set Extension Status to Allowed".

New Web Service Extension

In an effort to reduce the attack surface of your Web server, IIS 6.0 serves
only static content after a default installation. Programmatic functionality
provided by IIS APIs (ISAPIs) or Common Gateway Interfaces (CGIs) must be
manually enabled by an IIS administrator. ISAPIs and CGIs extend the ability
of your Web pages and for this reason ISAPIs and CGIs are referred to here
as Web service extensions. For example, in order to run Active Server Pages
(ASP) with this version of IIS, the ISAPI Asp.dll must be enabled as a new
Web service extension.

Use the options in this dialog box to enable or disable specific ISAPIs or
CGIs.
Notes

ISAPI filters are not considered Web service extensions. ISAPI filters are
not enabled through this dialog box.
For a Web service extension to run, the ISAPI or CGI must be located in
the content directory on your server running IIS (for example,
LocalDrive:\Inetpub\wwwroot for a default installation).
 
 
 

Can httpsrvr.dll support windows 2003 server?

Post by Emmanue » Fri, 15 Apr 2005 09:27:22

Really Thank you very much, really ~3~