For me it turned out to be Skype. Skype optionally listens on port 80 and
you can to into Tools, Options, Connection and uncheck the box by "Use port
80 and 443 as alternatives for incoming connections".
Skype must have turned this back on during one of the upgrade installs or
something as I remember turning this off once before. Anyway, that was the
first of several problems I had to go through with the upgrade to get things
working like they did under IIS 6.0. When I get time I'm going to uninstall
7.0, rename the configuration file from 6.0, and then do a clean install to
set things up from there.
> I have the exact same issues. And I re-installed iis 7.0 in my Vista Business
> times still every time get the same result- http://localhost responds blank
> page. I
> wondered if this anything related to IUSR_xxxx(where xxxx is my machine
> name) or
> ASPNET account permissions??
> Any ideas?? Please help...
> "BillH" wrote:
> > I was happily running IIS 6 on XP SP2 and then I upgraded to Windows
> > Ultimate. It seems to have upgraded me to IIS 7 at the same time.
> > Regardless of what I try to browse on localhost, IIS 7 always just serves up
> > a blank page. Anybody got any clues?