Installing IIS web server on Vista

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IIS (Internet Information Services) is Microsoft’s way of hosting web pages. you can use it to host intranet or internet websites. However due to licensing restrictions these should not be heavy traffic sites. Microsoft limits the connections allowed. IIS is available on… Vista Ultimate, Business, and Enterprise XP Pro and Media Center Edition. 2000 Pro NT Server 2000, 2003, and 2008 (your results may vary) Providing training videos since last Tuesday. technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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14 Responses to “Installing IIS web server on Vista”

  1. killaurnext Says:

    good vid…next time don’t breath so hard…super annoying (especially when it got quiet)

  2. koepketube Says:

    You got a whistler

  3. technoblogical Says:

    @2muchstuf18 That’s solved by DNS. You can use DNS forwarding to forward to your home. You’ll need a DNS server in each location.

    Failing that, you can use a service like dyndns dot com or tzo dot com.

  4. 2muchstuf18 Says:

    @technoblogical you make great videos and i just wanted to say thanks for showing how to setup my server. Now there is a question that i have for you. How do i setup my server so i can connect to my domain on a diffrent network. ie(lets say im at my moms house i still what my restictions to apply on my laptop even though im not at my house.) i saw how the school i work for has this setting and i want that on my server too.

  5. madmatthew1 Says:

    @MeppCK thanks

  6. MeppCK Says:

    @madmatthew1 Do you mean a server? Becuse the modem, internet can’t handle it. I advise to buy a cheap server.

  7. madmatthew1 Says:

    can you make it so it goes on to the internet not on your pc?

  8. NecroSlavery Says:

    Wow. What a great help you’ve been! You’ve contributed to over 2K videos on YouTube which show how to install IIS!

    Make something original.

  9. IsMyBarre1C1ean Says:

    Great Tut me <3 you!

  10. superbursihido Says:

    5/5*

  11. compugeekmsn Says:

    GR8 VID
    5/5 *’s

  12. technoblogical Says:

    Yes, I am using Ultimate. It is very possible that there are features missing from your edition. I know that Home editions do not have all the file sharing options that the business versions do, and business versions do not have many of the versions that home users do. By looking at 1:37 of the video, it doesn’t look like I even installed it. You might consider a program called XAMPP if you do not require IIS.

  13. xaviermckinzie Says:

    I am currently using IIS7 on Vista Home Premium. But there are some missing features like ftp and others.

  14. happyidiottalk Says:

    Good video, but that clicking noise is distracting.

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