Re: Can I run IIS and Symantec/Norton Internet Security 2005 on the same machine?
From: StringFellow Hawk (Star_Fleet_Admiral_Q(NOSPAM)_at_(SPAMNOT)hotmail.com)
Date: Mon, 25 Oct 2004 20:16:59 -0400
I can add this for you - I'm running XP Pro SP2, IIS 5.1 and Norton System
Works Premier 2005, which includes NAV - it is running just fine, no
problems with IIS, ASP, .NET framework or VS.NET 2003.
-- StringFellow Hawk "Dom, give me turbos" "Greg" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:email@example.com... > This is a reworked-repost of what I posted yesterday, plus some extra > info that I have gained in the last 24 hours with the help of Ken > (Thank you). > > The problem is that I have just installed Symantec/Norton Internet > Security 2005 and it has locked up my web services. > > I have tried to switch off all options for Symantec/Norton Internet > Security and got the same result. > > Specifically, the World Wide Web Publishing service hung on starting. > > So why has it not started? > I looked at the properties... > File path: C:\WINDOWS\System32\inetsrv\inetinfo.exe > It is set to auto start > Status: Starting > Logon: Use local system account > Failures: Take no action > Dependencies: IIS Admin > > The log info for it shows. > > The World Wide Web Publishing service hung on starting. > > For more information, see Help and Support Center at > http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp. > Date: 25/10/2004 > Time: 05:38:32 > Type Error > User: N/A > Computer: GMH_LAPTOP > Source: Service Control Manager > Category: None > Event ID: 7022 > Description: The World Wide Web Publishing service hung on starting. > > For more information, see Help and Support Center at > http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp. > > The service IISADMIN (C:\WINDOWS\System32\inetsrv\inetinfo.exe) IS > RUNNING. > > Also, when I take menu option... Start - Control Panel - > Administrative Tools - Internet Information Services, Nothing happens > > The question that I have is: > Can I run IIS on the same machine as I am running Symantec/Norton > Internet Security 2005 on? > If not, how should I protect my laptop when I am in the field and I > need to connect it to the net? > > Environment > Opp Sys: Win XP Pro V5.1 > Visual Studio: MS Development Environment 2003 V7.1.3088 > Dot Net Framework: V1.1.4322 > IE: V6.0 > > Any advice would be greatly appreciated > Thanks in advance > Greg