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This is because the version of Windows 8 you have installed, to see this option you must have Windows 8 Pro/Enterprise Edition
The solution to this issue was different for me. After following the solutions to check that the Window Features where there I was still having the same problem. The error message was the same and I noticed the Windows Service "World Wide Web Publishing Service" which was set to automatic was not started. This service was dependent on "Windows Process ...
I use the following workaround on any new IIS 7/8 installation: Set desired permissions on folder C:\inetpub\logs\LogFiles Modify existing log folders to inherit permissions icacls C:\inetpub\logs\LogFiles\W3SVC* /inheritance:e Pre-populate the first 99 log folders W3SVC1...W3SVC99 so that they inherit permissions before IIS even tries to create one of ...
As it stands the answer to this question is difficult to find: we do not have a culprit yet, let alone a remedy. Can you run tcpdump on both the router and the VM? It would be helpful if you could just confirm that packets are leaving/reaching the router/server (if they do), but you could also check the destination of the packet leaving the Tomato router to ...
You can use the AppCmd.exe. It is located in C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv. First, you use appcmd list backup to display all the available backups. Then you pick out a proper backup and use appcmd restore backup <backup name> to recover IIS.
Do you really need to use the full version of IIS for your project? I think you could try IIS Express instead of the full IIS, this runs locally on your developer machine and allows debugging without running Visual Studio in admin mode, this might be a way to both get access to the network publishing and local debugging. Have a look at Using IIS Express ...
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