Modifying References to IIS 6.0 Metabase Properties
Updated: August 22, 2005
Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 with SP1
There are metabase properties that were used to configure features in earlier versions of IIS that are no longer supported in IIS 6.0. Because some features are eliminated, or implemented differently in IIS 6.0, the corresponding unused metabase properties are not referenced by any code in IIS 6.0. In cases where the feature is implemented differently in IIS 6.0, new metabase properties have been created to replace the obsolete, or unused, property.
In addition, there is one IIS 5.0 metabase property, CPUResetInterval, whose behavior has changed because of architectural changes made to IIS 6.0.
To determine whether any of your Web sites, applications, or setup programs reference these changed or unsupported IIS metabase properties, see Appendix B: Changes to Metabase Properties in IIS 6.0. You can follow the recommendations associated with each changed metabase property to accommodate functionality changes.
|The metabase properties that are no longer supported in IIS 6.0 are not available in IIS 6.0, even when IIS 6.0 is configured to run in IIS 5.0 isolation mode.|