[wix-users] Default Web Site stopped after configuration through MSI

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Fri Aug 17 20:29:48 PDT 2018

Are you running on a new machine? Or machine already running some iis config? It would be worth to try the same actions using WebAdministration PowerShell module for iis.

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> On Aug 17, 2018, at 9:00 AM, Edwin Castro via wix-users <wix-users at lists.wixtoolset.org> wrote:
> Does your log show that component is getting installed? The component will
> only get installed if the keypath is getting installed. In this case the
> keypath is the directory. If the directory already exists, then the
> component is already installed and the windows installer engine does
> nothing related to that component.
> --
> Edwin G. Castro
> On Fri, Aug 17, 2018, 03:59 Ven H via wix-users <
> wix-users at lists.wixtoolset.org> wrote:
>> I have an MSI through which I am configuring the Default Web site in IIS.
>> The markup looks like below.
>> <Component Id="cmpDefaultWebSite"
>> Guid="4E02DA37-61AE-4648-97A2-3130E7FE50D8"
>> Directory="APP_DIR" KeyPath="yes">
>>        <iis:WebSite Id="DefaultWebSite" Description="Default Web Site"
>> ConfigureIfExists="yes" Directory="wwwroot" *AutoStart="yes"
>> StartOnInstall="yes"*>
>>          <iis:WebAddress Id="DefaultWebSiteAddr" Secure="yes" Port="80" />
>>        </iis:WebSite>
>>      </Component>
>> Even though, I have added the properties AutoStart and StartOnInstall,
>> still the Default Web Site is in stopped state after the MSI installation.
>> Can anyone please help?
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