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Installing IIS on Windows Server

You can install IIS (Internet Information Services) on Windows Server using Server Manager by following the steps below:

1. Server Preparation:
— Make sure you have Administrator privileges on your server if you are using a Windows Server operating system.

2. Opening Server Manager:
— Click on the Start button.

— Search for “Server Manager” and open it.

3. Select “Add Roles and Features” from the Left Menu:
— In the Server Manager main window, locate “Upper Banners” and select “Add Roles and Features.”

4. Launch the “Add Roles and Features Wizard”:
— The “Add Roles and Features Wizard” window will open. This wizard helps you add roles and features to your server.

5. Select Features:
— In the first step of the wizard, choose the “Installation Type.” Typically, select “Role-based or feature-based installation,” and proceed.

6. Choose the Target Server:
— Select your server or specify the target server, then click “Next.”

7. Select Roles:
— In the “Roles” section, find “Web Server (IIS)” and check the box. You can also select additional components if needed.

8. Review Accessibility Information:
— Follow the wizard’s progression and configure necessary options when prompted.

9. Initiate the Installation:
— Start the IIS installation by clicking the “Install” button.

10. Completion of Installation:
— Once the installation is complete, you will receive a confirmation message indicating successful installation.You will then be prompted for a reboot.

You can successfully install IIS by following these steps. Afterward, you can configure your websites and applications using the IIS Management Console.

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