Windows Media and IIS

Windows Media and IIS

Post by Alex » Sat, 05 Jul 2003 23:49:34


How can I allow Windows Media Server (using unicast HTTP
streaming) to run on the same server running IIS while
both using port 80. For your info its Win2K Server, two
static Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, one DNS name (NO
DHCP being assigned to the Server). I also have already
changed the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, NSUNICAST, Demand on
Service and added the extra W3SVC string, making windows
media dependant of IIS. However IIS now only functions
with Windows Media opening replacing any previous services
running from the Web Server.

A detailed link would be helpful.

Many thanks Alex..
 
 
 

Windows Media and IIS

Post by jeffw » Wed, 09 Jul 2003 09:03:41

You didn't specify which version you are using, so here are two articles which should cover all the bases:

IIS5 and WMS 4.1 (Windows 2000 Server)
http://support.microsoft.com?id=268585

IIS6 and WMS 9 Series (Windows Server 2003)
http://support.microsoft.com?id=328728

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From: "Alex" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
Subject: Windows Media and IIS
Date: Fri, 4 Jul 2003 07:49:34 -0700

How can I allow Windows Media Server (using unicast HTTP
streaming) to run on the same server running IIS while
both using port 80. For your info its Win2K Server, two
static Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, one DNS name (NO
DHCP being assigned to the Server). I also have already
changed the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, NSUNICAST, Demand on
Service and added the extra W3SVC string, making windows
media dependant of IIS. However IIS now only functions
with Windows Media opening replacing any previous services
running from the Web Server.

A detailed link would be helpful.

Many thanks Alex..


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\viewkind4\uc1\pard\f0\fs20 You didn't specify which version you are using, so here are two articles which should cover all the bases:
\par
\par IIS5 and WMS 4.1 (Windows 2000 Server)
\par http://support.microsoft.com?id=268585
\par
\par IIS6 and WMS 9 Series (Windows Server 2003)
\par http://support.microsoft.com?id=328728
\par
\par \pard\li720 --------------------
\par From: "Alex"<< XXXX@XXXXX.COM >>
\par Subject: Windows Media and IIS
\par Date: Fri, 4 Jul 2003 07:49:34 -0700
\par
\par How can I allow Windows Media Server (using unicast HTTP
\par streaming) to run on the same server running IIS while
\par both using port 80. For your info its Win2K Server, two
\par static Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, one DNS name (NO
\par DHCP being assigned to the Server). I also have already
\par changed the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, NSUNICAST, Demand on
\par Service and added the extra W3SVC string, making windows
\par media dependant of IIS. However IIS now only functions
\par with Windows Media opening replacing any previous services
\par running from the Web Server.
\par
\par A detailed link would be helpful.
\par
\par Many thanks Alex..
\par
\par \pard
\par This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights. You assume all risk for your use.
\par \'a9 2002 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
\par ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
\par I regret that I cannot reply to you if you email me directly. It is better that you post your question back to the newsgroup - more people will see your question and be able to offer help, and to learn from it as well.
\par ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
\par Also, if your issu