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Faq ID 313
Product ServletExec
Category Installation, Web Server Support
Question I am trying to determine the "level" at which the ServletExec Filter is "hooked into" my IIS installation. How do I do that?
Answer

The SE installer will place the SE filter into IIS at the "Global" level of IIS. The only way it would be somewhere else is if you (or someone else) had manually removed it from the global level and then added it at the level of some individual IIS website. If you feel this may have occured in your case, then it may be worth checking.

The idea is to check both the "Global" or "Master" level for all of IIS. And then to also check the level of each individual website. To check the Global filters do this:

  1. Right-click on My Computer and choose "Manage".
    This will bring up the Computer Management dialog.
  2. At the bottom of the left pane you should see a node named "Internet Information Services"
  3. Click the plus sign for that node to expand it.
    • If using IIS 5.0 or newer, then right-click on the node named "Web Sites" and choose "Properties"
    • If using IIS 4.0 or older, then right-click on the node for your server, choose "Properties", and then click the "Edit..." button next to the "Master Properties: WWW Service" value
  4. Now go to the ISAPI Filters tab to see the Global ISAPI Filters.

To check the filters for each individual website do this:

  1. Right-click on My Computer and choose "Manage".
    This will bring up the Computer Management dialog.
  2. At the bottom of the left pane you should see a node named "Internet Information Services"
  3. Click the plus sign for that node to expand it.
    • If using IIS 5.0 or newer, then expand the node named "Web Sites"
    • If using IIS 4.0 or older, expand the node for your server
  4. At this point you should see your websites listed beneath the node that you just expanded (this may only be 1 website named "default website" or it may be a long list of websites... it depends on how many websites you have)
  5. To check a website, right-click on its name and choose "Properties" then go to the ISAPI Filters tab for that website.
  6. Repeat the previous step for each of your websites (note that FTP and SMTP are NOT websites)



   
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