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  • Giving IIS permissions

    Hi,

    I want to give to a user an access to the site's files and IIS view and changes (including IISreset) only.
    The rest of the server will be out of permission for this user.

    The Server is windows 2003 Web SP2 as a Work group (not in Domain)

    So, I've created a user which is a member of "remote desktop users" and "Users".
    I gave "modify" permissions to this user on the "inetpub" folder (so he could do changes in the site). this part is OK.

    Now, the problem is how to give this user permission to run the following:

    1. IISRESET
    2. connecting and modifying the site in the IIS

    Thanks for your help,

    Michael

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    Re: Giving IIS permissions

    please review: http://msmvps.com/blogs/bernard/arch.../08/46074.aspx
    Marcel
    Technical Consultant
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    http://blog.nessus.nl

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