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No IIS log file cleaning option for Windows 8.1

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Hi,

I have Windows 8.1 and under the "advanced" category there is no listing for IIS LOG file cleaning.

Why is that?

Thanks

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do you have an ISS server or have the Internet Information Services feature installed?

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do you have an ISS server or have the Internet Information Services feature installed?

I don`t know is IIS server is installed or not.

How would I check for that?

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Hi,

I checked my system with a different system cleaner and it found 3mb of IIS log files, so apparently IIS is installed on my Windows 8.1 Pro 32 bit system.

I don`t know why CCleaner does`nt have an option to clean those.

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on my w8.1 home 64 bit there isnt too

but on xp pro it is always there

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on my w8.1 home 64 bit there isnt too

but on xp pro it is always there

I have IIS log files in ccleaner list on my Windows 7, but not in Windows 8.1---I have a dual boot set up for both OS`s.

I`d like to know the reason why it`s not listed in Windows 8.1

My other system cleaner has IIS log file cleaning---I`ll just have to use that one for those files apparently.

I prefer CCLEANER for all my other system cleaning.

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whatever folder or registry entry is needed to trigger CC in showing you have IIS log files to clean isn't being found on your W8.1 system.

CC on my Win10 system doesn't show any ISS log files either.

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whatever folder or registry entry is needed to trigger CC in showing you have IIS log files to clean isn't being found on your W8.1 system.

CC on my Win10 system doesn't show any ISS log files either.

Thanks for your info!

Good to know others have the same issue and whatever IIS folder/reg entry that triggers CC, is`nt being detected, is the reason.

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This is the detection:

[IIS Log Files]
ID=1024
LangSecRef=3004
LangRef=3146
Detect=HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\w3svc
FileKey1=%SystemDirectory%\LogFiles|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey2=%SystemDrive%\inetpub\logs\LogFiles|*.*|RECURSE
ExcludeKey1=PATH|%SystemDirectory%\LogFiles\|SCM

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