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General IIS FAQ - iHTML on Microsoft IIS servers

How to register the iHTML engine on a Microsoft IIS virtual server

This procedure registers application mappings that enable iHTML processing of iHTML documents on your IIS web server. The iHTML installation handles configuring the Default Web Site, and subsequent virtual servers that are created will inherit the same iHTML related settings, however existing virtual servers are not configured. To configure existing virtual servers please follow the steps below.

Platforms: IIS4 (NT4 + Option Pack), IIS5 (Windows 2000), IIS 5.1 (Windows XP)

  1. Open the Internet Services Manager, expand your computer name to obtain the list of virtual web servers. Right-click on the applicable virtual server and select Properties.
  2. Select the Home Directory tab. Ensure the Read checkbox is selected, and Execute Permissions is set to "Scripts Only" (recommended) or alternatively "Scripts and Executables".
  3. On the same Home Directory tab, click the Configuration button, and the Application Configuration dialogue appears. On the App Mappings tab, click Add, select the path to the ihtml.dll as your executable (eg. c:\ihtml\ihtml.dll - this varies depending on your installation path), enter ".ihtml" as the extension, keep Verbs set to All Verbs, keep the Script Engine checkbox selected, and click Ok.
  4. Repeat step 3 using ".inc" as an extension, and for any other file extensions you wish to map to the iHTML engine. Click Ok twice more to close the virtual server properties window.
  5. Restart IIS. Use the Services manager (found within Computer Management on Win2k and above) to stop and start the World Wide Web Publishing Service. Alternately use the following commands at a command prompt:
    net stop w3svc
    net start w3svc

How do I register the default document used by iHTML applications (index.ihtml)?

  1. Open the Internet Services Manager, expand your computer name to obtain the list of virtual web servers. Right-click on the applicable virtual server and select Properties.
  2. Select the Documents tab. Ensure that Enable Default Document is checked. Click Add, enter "index.ihtml" (without quotes), and click Ok.
  3. (Optional) On the same dialogue, select index.ihtml from the list, and click the Up arrow button to place the document's priority above default.htm.
  4. Click Ok once more to close the virtual server properties window.
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