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Microsoft: Internet Information Server

Microsoft: Internet Information Server

Microsoft: Internet Information Server

(OP)
I am trying to load iis and I get iis-error
CoGetClassOBject, 0x80080005
Server Execution Failed. I do not know how to correct this. I am running NT 4.0 server with service pack 3.

RE: Microsoft: Internet Information Server

MICROSOFT TECHNET SAYS:

SYMPTOMS
========

When you start the Setup program for the Windows NT Option Pack, you may receive the following error message:

CoGetClassObject, 0x80080005 Server Execution Failed.

Also, the event viewer may contain these logs:

Service Control Manager. Event ID 7003
The IIS Admin Service depends on the following non-existent service:
Protected Storage

DCOM Event ID 10005
DCOM got error "The Dependency Service does not exist or has been marked for deletion" Attempting to start the service IIS Admin with
arguments " " in order to run the server:
(a9e69610-b80d-11d0-b9b9-00a0c922e750)

CAUSE
=====

This problem can occur when the Protected Storage, RPC Configuration, or Windows NT LM Security Support Provider is not started, is not installed, or has become corrupt.

RESOLUTION
==========

To resolve the problem, use one of the following methods:

- Start the service that is not started.

-or-

- Remove and reinstall the corrupted service.

CAUTION: The Protected Storage service is installed by Internet Explorer 4.01. Before reinstalling Internet Explorer 4.01, make the necessary backups to services that are dependent on Internet Explorer, such as Internet Information Server (IIS), Proxy Server, and Site Server. After reinstalling Internet Explorer, reinstall the services that are dependent on Internet Explorer.

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