You should come to this section after you have created an agent configuration file as described in Creating Configuration Files: Agent for Microsoft IIS 6.0.
Perform the task that follows if you are installing Agent for Microsoft IIS 6.0 to protect Microsoft Office SharePoint or Outlook Web Access.
The script used in this task is IIS6AuthAdmin.vbs. This script installs the ISAPI filter (amiis6auth.dll). Do not confuse this script with the script to configure the agent for a web site. Therefore, ensure that you follow the steps in this task to execute the IIS6AuthAdmin.vbs script and not any other similarly named script.
Verify that settings are correct in the defaultConfig file.
If settings are incorrect, edit as required.
For this task, the defaultConfig file is a place holder that you must replace with the name of the agent configuration file created in To Create Configuration Files: Agent for Microsoft IIS 6.0.
Change to the following directory:
Issue the following command (be aware that the command is case sensitive):
cscript.exe IIS6AuthAdmin.vbs -config defaultConfig
is a VB script that uses the output of the IIS6CreateConfig.vbs script. The output was saved to a configuration file, which for this example is represented by defaultConfig.
is the option that allows the output to be used to configure Agent for Microsoft IIS 6.0 to protect Microsoft Office SharePoint or Outlook Web Access.
Accept the default when presented with the following prompt:
Enter the Agent Resource File Name [IIS6Resource.en]:
The preceding prompt appears in the following context:
Microsoft (R) Windows Script Host Version 5.6 Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation 1996-2001. All rights reserved. Copyright c 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All rights reserved Use is subject to license terms Enter the Agent Resource File Name [IIS6Resource.en]:
After you accept the default, a message such as the following should appear:
Creating the Agent Config Directory Creating the AMAgent.properties File Updating the Windows Product Registry Completed Configuring the IIS 6.0 Agent
If you experience difficulty after issuing the IIS6AuthAdmin.vbs script, see the related troubleshooting symptom, Troubleshooting Symptom 4.
After you complete this task, implement the task presented in the section that follows (Microsoft Office SharePoint and Outlook Web Access: Editing the Agent Properties File).