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"William C." wrote in message
> Recently one of my Windows 2000 server has a problem with the IIS.
> It hangs quite often with the IIS! User can't access the URL. Basically
> IIS stop responding. I had to 'Stop' & 'Start' the "World Wide Web
> Publishing Service" to resolve
> temporary. What could be the caused of it???
> BTW, how to check the version of IIS in the box?