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How to host a website in IIS7

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To host your Web site in IIS you need to perform following steps:1. Click Start, Administrative Tools, Internet Information Services (IIS)

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To host your Web site in IIS you need to perform following steps:

1. Click Start, Administrative Tools, Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager. This will open the IIS manager.

How to Host Site in IIS7

2. In the left column you will see the machine name, expand local machine and right click on' Sites' then open 'Add new Web Sites'.

Host Site in IIS7

3. Fill all the necessory details which is as bellow:

  • Site Name : Name of Site
  • Physical path : Physical Path of the file where site is located in System.
  • Type : Type of Web site.(Generally/Default it should be 'http')
  • IP Address : IP Address of the site.
  • Port : Port number on which site will run.
  • Host name : Domain name of site. 

Host Site in IIS7

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