Monday, 22 February 2010

Enable IIS in Windows Vista

In Windows Vista and above all of the available features are installed by default but aren’t necessarily enabled. By default IIS is disabled in Windows Vista, the following steps will allow you to enable the feature.
  1. Open Control Panel
  2. Click "Programs"
  3. Click "Turn Windows Features on or off"
  4. Expand "Internet Information Services"
  5. Expand "Web Management Tools"
  6. Tick "IIS Management Console"
  7. Expand "World Wide Web Services"
  8. Expand "Application Development Features" and tick ".NET Extensibility" and ASP.NET
  9. Expand "Common Http Features" and tick "Default Document", "HTTP Errors" and "Static Content"
  10. Expand "Health and Diagnostics" and tick "HTTP Logging" and "Request Monitor"
  11. Expand "Security" and tick "Basic Authentication", "IP Security", "Request Filtering" and "Windows Authentication"
  12. Click OK

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