Install Internet Information Erver

Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) is the Web server software that you can use to create, administer, and host Web sites for the ASP.NET framework. You can install the software from all versions of the Windows 2000 CD-ROM disc. Because Internet Information Server 5.0 is installed by default when installing Windows 2000 in a new installation, you may not need to install the software. If you have upgraded to Windows 2000 from a previous version of Windows, make sure that Internet Information Server 5.0 exists after the upgrade process.

IIS comes as a Windows Component and can be installed from the Windows Component Wizard.

The Windows Component Wizard becomes available when you select Add/Remove Programs from the Control Panel.

In this wizard, you should install at least the Common Files, which installs the programs you need to run IIS 5.0: IIS Snap-In, which is an interface for administering your Web sites, and World Wide Web Server, which enables users to access your Web sites.

After installing IIS 5.0, restart the Web server. IIS 5.0 services are set to automatically start when your computer reboots, so the software will be ready for you to install the .NET Framework upon rebooting.

INSTALL INTERNET INFORMATION SERVER 5.0

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INSTALL INTERNET INFORMATION SERVER 5.0

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Currently installed programs:

Windows Components Wizard

Windows Components

You can add or lemove

To add or remove a component, click the checkbox. A shaded box means that only part of the component will be installed. To see what's included in a component, click Details. Components:

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Internet Information Services (IIS)

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Description: IIS services |Web and FTP support] along with support for FrontPage.

transactions, ASPs, database connections, and receiving ol posts.

Total disk îpace required: Space available on disk

Currently installed programs:

Windows Components Wizard

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Windows Components

You can add or lemove components of Windows 2000.

To add or remove a component, click the checkbox. A shaded box means that only part of the component will be installed. To see what's included in a component, click Details. Components:

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Internet Information Services (IIS)

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Description: IIS services |Web and FTP support] along with support for FrontPage.

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Total disk îpace required: Space available on disk

2653.2 MB

D Insert the Windows 2000 CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive.

Note: If the Microsoft Windows 2000 dialog box appears, close the dialog box.

0 In the Control Panel, double-click Add/Remove Programs.

■ The Add/Remove Programs window appears.

Click Add/Remove Windows Components.

■ The Windows Components Wizard dialog box appears listing the installation size of the component you can add or remove.

—Q Click G next to Internet Information Services to select it ( O changes to 0 ).

Details...

■ This area displays a description of the Internet Information Services subcomponents.

L0 Click Details.

You have several other IIS subcomponents that you can install. If you choose Documentation, it will install help files and samples to assist you with administering IIS. File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Server installs support for uploading and downloading files using FTP sites. If you are using Visual Studio or FrontPage for working with any of your sites, you may want to install FrontPage 2000 Server Extensions. The Internet Services Manager (HTML) is a Web-based version of the administration functionality that enables you to administer the server using a browser. Install the NNTP service if you need support for network news. Install the SMTP service if you need support for e-mail functionality.

You can administer IIS through the Internet Services Manager, which is available from Start O Programs O Administrative Tools O Internet Services Manager. Because this tool is designed as a Microsoft Management Console Snap-In, you can add it to your own custom console along with any other Snap-Ins that you use often.

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Currently installed oroarams:

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Total disk space required: Space available cn disk:

Currently installed oroarams:

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□ i2| Documentation

3.5 MB

□ pi File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Server

0.1 MB

□ ^ FrontPage 2000 Server Extensions

4.0 MB _

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!□ Internet Services Manager (HTML)

0.7 MB

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■ The Internet Information Services (IIS) dialog box opens.

—0 Click EH next to each subcomponent you want to install ( EH changes to 0 ).

_O Click OK to confirm your selections and close the dialog box.

Click Next to install the parts of the Internet Information Services and subcomponents you selected.

"■ When the installation is complete, a message appears confirming the successful installation of IIS.

• Click Finish to close the Wizard.

"■ When the installation is complete, a message appears confirming the successful installation of IIS.

• Click Finish to close the Wizard.

Note: You should now restart your computer.

TALL THE .NET FRAMEWORK

After you have the IIS installed on your Web server, you can install the Microsoft .NET Framework SDK. You can take two paths to get the .NET Framework installed on your machine. The first path is to install the .NET Framework SDK. This install includes the necessary runtime to process your ASP.NET applications and also has documentation for using the .NET Framework. The second way to get the Microsoft .NET Framework installed on your machine is to install Visual Studio.NET. This path gets the .NET Framework along with Microsoft's development tool for ASP.NET applications.

The process for installing the .NET Framework SDK starts with obtaining the setup program. When you run the setup program, you may be required to update certain software on your server. For instance, your version of the Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC) may need updating to a more recent version. The installation process includes accepting a software agreement, specifying which parts of the .NET SDK to install, and specifying where the .NET SDK is installed.

When installing .NET SDK make sure that you have enough hard drive space for the installation. As of Beta 2, you need 311MB to complete the installation.

INSTALL THE .NET FRAMEWORK

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My Documents

■ The .NET Framework SDK Setup page appears.

□ Insert the CD-ROM with the .NET SDK and run the setup.exe file.

Note: This task assumes that you have the installation program on CD-ROM. You can also install the .NET SDK from a local drive or a network drive.

■ The .NET Framework SDK Setup page appears.

Click Next to continue.

■ The license agreement for the software appears in the middle of the dialog box. You may need to scroll down to see the entire license agreement.

< Click O next to I accept the agreement to accept the software license (O changes to ®).

-Q Click Next to continue.

Exlr|a You can download the latest .NET Platform SDK

from http://msdn.microsoft. com/downloads/. This task uses Build 1.0.2914 of the .NET Platform SDK. You can also go to the Microsoft newsgroups for the .NET Platform SDK by going to http://msdn. microsoft.com/newsgroups/.

Before installing the .NET Platform SDK, be sure to check the release notes for any special instructions. These notes will let you know what issues are present in the build that you are installing. The availability of namespaces on each operating system changes quite often. For example, going from Beta 1 to Beta 2 of the .NET Platform SDK, ASP.NET and transactions from managed code support were dropped for Windows NT 4.0.

Be careful when searching the Web for source code that runs on the .NET Runtime. The namespace names have changed often, especially from Beta 1 to Beta 2. In particular, data access framework classes changed dramatically.

■ A dialog box appears allowing you to specify whether to install the .NET software, samples, and documentation.

Click □ next to Software Development Kit to select it ( □ changes to 0 ).

-0 Click □ next to SDK Samples to select it (d| changes to 0 ).

—Q Click Next to continue.

■ The Destination Folder window appears.

-O Click Next to select the default folder and to continue.

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