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Re: Code Red 2 cleanup; reporting..
On Fri, 10 Aug 2001 02:11:21 PDT, Etaoin Shrdlu <firstname.lastname@example.org> said: > It started a service at port 80 for him (lucky guy), but he had definitely > not started IIS. In fact, it had that stupid default page up that I've > usually seen in past when some application is installed the "personal web > server" for an unsuspecting user. I'm a little tired, and suspect that I no Aha. I have been told that the *most* common reason for finding IIS on a non-server install of NT or W2K is that although IIS is *NOT* installed by default on non-server boxes, it *IS* installed if you are upgrading and it finds traces of 'Personal Web Server'. Would that explain what you're seeing? -- Valdis Kletnieks Operating Systems Analyst Virginia Tech