IIS4 to IIS5 migration

Don't waste your time with using the migration utility. I spent a solid month using it, in an attempt to migrate about 50 Web sites. In the end, it took me less then a week to set up and restructure (second admin here) the Web server properly. Unfortunately, I didn't think to reinstall my OS after playing with the migration utility, as it changed the location of where the server looked for the FPSE's DLLs. L0phCrack came in really handy for finding those long lost passwords for user accounts still in use by clients.

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