How to Install IIS on Windows Server 2012 R2 & Windows Server 2016
We’ve already seen how you can install IIS (Internet Information Services) on Windows 8 and Windows 10. Now, we’ll see how you can install IIS on a Windows server to host your website for production purposes.
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This article will help you to install the IIS on Windows Server 2012 R2 & Windows Server 2016.
Steps to Install IIS on Windows
Use following steps to install IIS on Windows Server 2012 R2 & Windows Server 2016.
Step 1: Open the Server Manager and click Add Roles and Features:
Step 2: This wizard helps you install roles, role services or features. Click “Next” to move forward.
Step 3: Select the installation type you want to install roles and features.
Step 4: Select a server or a virtual hard disk on which to install roles and features.
Step 5: Select the Web Server (IIS). You can select multiple roles also.
Step 6: Now, It will list the feature which is required to manage. Click Add Features
Step 7: Select one or more features to install on the selected server.
Step 8: Click Next.
Step 9: Select the role services to install for Web Server (IIS)
Step 10: Confirm installation selections and Click Install.
Step 11: After clicking Install, the installation process has been begun now. It will take a couple of mins to complete the installation process.
Step 12: Installation has been completed successfully.
Step 13: After the installation finish, you can access IIS either type “inetmgr” in the run window or you can use a start menu.
Step 14: Also you can visit localhost on the web browser you will see the default page of IIS. You can change the default page under directory C:\inetpub\wwwroot\