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Enable IIS on Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP

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Updated November 23, 2016


This article provide steps on how you can enable IIS on Windows Server 2003 and XP for UDT.


All UDT versions


  1. Click Start > Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs.
  2. Click Add/Remove Windows Components.
  3. Select Application Server and confirm that it is checked.
  4. Click Details.
  5. Select Internet Information Services (IIS) and confirm that it is checked.
  6. Click Details.
  7. Select World Wide Web Service and confirm that it is checked.
  8. Click Details.
  9. Select World Wide Web Service and confirm that it is checked.
  10. Click OK.
  11. Click OK on the Internet Information Services (IIS) window.
  12. Click OK on the Application Server window.
  13. Select Management and Monitoring Tools and confirm that it is checked.
  14. Click Details.
  15. Select both Simple Network Management Protocol and WMI SNMP Provider and confirm that they are checked, and then click OK.
  16. Click Next on the Windows Components window, and then click Finish after completing the Windows Components Wizard.
  17. If you are currently enabling IIS as part of a SolarWinds UDT installation, restart the SolarWinds UDT installer.

Note: You may be prompted to install additional components, to provide your Windows Operating System media, or to restart your computer.


PLEASE NOTE: The installation of UDT or any Orion based product is not supported under a support agreement if installed on a desktop based OS.


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