The Internet Information Services (IIS) Admin Service has stopped. The World Wide Web service requires this service, and Configuration Manager requires IIS to support client requests. This condition does not repair itself and must be resolved before Configuration Manager client requests can be serviced.
This condition typically occurs when:
The server that is running IIS is shut down or is restarted.
IIS is being upgraded with hotfixes or service packs.
Changes are made to the operating system, such as upgrading or adding additional services, such as Certificate Services.
During upgrades or component installations, all IIS services might have to be stopped.
Verify that the IIS Admin Service was stopped due to routine or scheduled maintenance, or due to scheduled changes to the operating system or its components.
If the IIS Admin Service is not already started, start it.
For additional information about troubleshooting Internet Information Services issues for a Web server in Windows Server 2003, see article 323358 in the Microsoft Knowledge Base.
For more assistance, see a list of additional support options in the support section of the Configuration Manager Web site at Support for Configuration Manager 2007.