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Recompiling components without rebooting

It is stated in a lot of articles that in order to change a DLL one must reboot the computer to save to it. If you write a batch file and put in it the following code, it's all you need to "release" the file, so one can recompile it - without having to reboot the computer. This is for IIS 4.0 but will work with 5.0 except mtxstop isn't needed.

Here's the code for the batch file:

net stop iisadmin /y
mtxstop
net start w3svc
net start ftpsvc

Hope this helps... sure beats rebooting a server! :)

Thanks to mail@abdicate.net for this tip.


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