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NT4 Server - WWW Publishing Service Stops

NT4 Server - WWW Publishing Service Stops

NT4 Server - WWW Publishing Service Stops

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The subject says it all. Randomly, the WWW Publishing Service will stop on the server. Users out of the office can't get webmail. Only one XP user in office and they cant get to internet.  What can be casusing the service to stop?

Thanks.

RE: NT4 Server - WWW Publishing Service Stops

HI.

This is off-topic here, but anyway - the server might be attacked by Nimda, Code-red or similar worm.
Scan both server and workstations for virusses, install service packs and security updates on the server, etc...

Bye

Yizhar Hurwitz
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RE: NT4 Server - WWW Publishing Service Stops

(OP)
  I beleive the virus software is up to date but I will give the server a look for the the Nimba virus.  Thanks. Steve Farrell

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