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HTTP Symsrv/Symproxy with Windows2008 IIS7?

Alex_GrigAlex_Grig Member Posts: 3,238
I'm trying to setup a HTTP symbol server and proxy (and also source server) on a Win2008 host. Unfortunately, the IIS management interface has changed much, to the crappy Win2008 managemnent console style, and doesn't match the instructions anymore.
Does anybody know if it's possible, or should I just give up and use server 2003 IIS for that?

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  • Calvin_Guan-3Calvin_Guan-3 Member Posts: 441
    I have symsrv on FreeBSD/Apache for many years. Just add the octetstream in
    your directory block of your httpd.conf. It's very easy to setup. I'm also
    writing a symstore for BSD so that I can import symbols directly w/o needing
    a windows box.

    I feel it's very counterproductive for me to maintain any windows based
    server. I'm yet to learn Power Shell which is claimed much advanced than the
    old Unix shells.

    Good luck,
    Calvin

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    Subject: [ntdev] HTTP Symsrv/Symproxy with Windows2008 IIS7?

    I'm trying to setup a HTTP symbol server and proxy (and also source server)
    on a Win2008 host. Unfortunately, the IIS management interface has changed
    much, to the crappy Win2008 managemnent console style, and doesn't match the
    instructions anymore.
    Does anybody know if it's possible, or should I just give up and use server
    2003 IIS for that?

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