At this time, you can only modify the default installation paths for FTP and Web roots either in an unattended setup mode as part of a Windows 2000 unattended installation or as an unattended component installation.
- Create an Unattend.txt file and place it on a drive that will be accessible to the Windows 2000 unattended installation program. The Unattended.txt file will be accessed during setup.
- Include the following section in the unattended installation file:[InternetServer] PathFTPRoot=path to FTPRoot PathWWWRoot=path to WwwRootFor example:
- Create an unattended install file and name it Iis.txt. This file will be accessed during the unattended component installation. The answer file can be any Windows 2000 answer file. It must contain a "Components" and an "InternetServer" section header. For example:
iis_common = on
iis_inetmgr = on
iis_www = on
iis_ftp = on
iis_htmla = on
- Use the Sysocmgr.exe command to start the installation of the FTP or Internet Information Services components. Assuming the answer file that you created in step 1 was named Iis.txt, the command line to execute the installation would be:sysocmgr /i:%windir%\inf\sysoc.inf /u:c:\iis.txtNote that you could also use a batch file to execute the setup. The batch file must contain a command similar to the command above.
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Artikelnummer: 259671 – Letzte Überarbeitung: 19.06.2014 – Revision: 1