> ]If you want to change the IIS header, you'll need to edit
> ]C:\WINNT\system32\inetsrv\W3SVC.DLL with a hex editor.
> ]Do search for the string Microsoft-IIS/4.0 it occurs twice,
> ] Remember you can only replace it with the same number
> ] of characters.
>> IIRC, Borland C++ (the Dos/Windows version) had a utility that allowed you
> to break down a DLL (or EXE) file into it constituant parts,
> change parts of
> it (like strings), and 'recompile'. This allowed to to change strings to
> any length as it would make any relevent changes to pointers and stuff so
> they didn't break.
Sounds like a Resource Editor. That will work for strings in
STRINGTABLE resources, which will probably only be strings that
are candidates for localisation.
Strings declared in-line in code won't be in the resource
tables, such as:
char *version = "blah";
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