Keep in mind that your version of Windows may not come with IIS. I’m using Windows 7 Ultimate edition. First, go to Control Panel, and then click on Programs. You’ll see a link for “Turn Windows features on or off” If you expand the Internet Information Services tree node, you can see that there are a lot of options beneath it. I am trying to add specific features of IIS to a Windows 7 Enterprise image and I am having trouble mapping or finding out what the commands are for each corresponding GUI name. I am trying to install the following features as listed in Add Remove Windows Features.
The following procedure documents a successful set up of IIS 7.5 for Corticon Server .NET. However, as IIS and Windows are third-party products, this information might change without notice.
Turning on the Windows IIS feature
To enable IIS on a host machine for Corticon Server for .NET:
- Choose Start > Control Panel > Programs and Features -> Turn Windows feature on or off, as shown:
- Select the following:
- Internet Information Services -> Web Management Tools -> IIS Management Console
- Internet Information Services -> World Wide Web Services -> Application Development Features:
- .NET Extensibility
- ASP .NET
- ISAPI Extensions
- ISAPI Filters
- Click OK. Windows installs the selected components.
IIS is now turned on.
Configuring IIS for .NET Framework
To configure IIS to use .NET Framework v4.0:
- Start the IIS Manager from the Start menu by choosing Search programs and files and entering the text IIS Manager.
- In the results area, select Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager, as shown:
The Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager window opens.
- Click on Application Pools in the left panel. The Application Pools panel opens, as shown:
ASP .NET v4.0 and ASP .NET v4.0 Classic are listed if you are properly set up to this point.
- In the left panel, expand Sites > Default Web Site > aspnet_client > system_web. Verify that .NET Framework 4.0 is listed, as shown:
(Note that .NET Framework 2.0 is also listed because IIS includes that version.)
- Open a Command Prompt window with Administrator privileges, and then change directory to the v4.0 Microsoft .NET Framework location, typically C:WindowsMicrosoft.NETFramework64. installed on the machine.
- Enter the command as shown:
The system registers the current directory’s .NET Framework with IIS; in this example, v4.0.30319
- In the IIS Manager, right-click on the root level, and then choose Refresh, as shown:
- Click on Application Pools in the left panel.
If there are Managed Pipeline Modes listed as Application Pools, they must be stopped.
Click on each Application Pool that is not a Classic type, and then select Actions > Application Pool Tasks > Stop in the right pane, as shown:
- When completed, each Application Pool icon is decorated with a black circle, as shown:
- Click on the root level, locate the IIS section, and then click on ISAPI and CGI Restrictions, as shown:
- In the ISAPI and CGI Restrictions panel, confirm that the ASP.NET v4.0.30319 is Allowed. If it is listed as Not Allowed, right-click on that line, and then choose Allow, as shown:
IIS is now configured to use .NET Framework v4.0.
Configuring Corticon Wildcard
To configure Corticon Wildcard for .asmx file extensions:
- Click on the top level node in the tree on the left side. Under the IIS section, double click on the icon “Handler Mappings”, as shown:
- On the Handler Mappings page's right panel, click Add Wildcard Script Map, as shown:
The Add Wildcard Script Map dialog box opens, as shown:
- As shown:
- Request path: Read-only and defaulted to *.
- Executable: Browse to the .NET Framework 4.0 installation directory, and then select aspnet_isapi.dll.
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- In the confirmation alert that opens, click Yes.
The IIS 7.5 Server on Windows 7 is now set up and configured to run ASP.NET and the Corticon .asmx files.
You can use the Microsoft® Web Platform Installer (Web PI) to easily install Internet Information Services (IIS), and applications that run on IIS. To learn more about the Web PI, see Learn about and install the Web PI.
If you choose to install IIS 7.0 or IIS 7.5 (collectively known as IIS 7) manually, you can use this article for guidance.
Before You Begin
Ensure that you have installed one of the editions of Windows Vista or Windows 7 on which IIS 7 is supported before you proceed. Not all IIS features are supported on all editions of Windows Vista and Windows 7. Home Basic and Starter editions include only limited basic features of IIS. To see a list of which features are supported on the edition of Windows you are using, see one of the following:
- Available Role Services in IIS 7.0 (Windows Vista)
- Available Web Server (IIS) Role Services in IIS 7.5 (Windows 7)
Also be sure that you have administrative user rights on the computer. By default, you do not have administrative user rights if you are logged on as a user other than the built-in administrator, even if you were added to the local Administrators group on the computer (this is a new security feature in Windows Server® 2008 called Local User Administrator). Log on either to the built-in administrator account, or explicitly invoke applications as the built-in administrator by using the runas command-line tool.
Note that you can run runas /user:administrator cmd.exe so that every application you run from that command line will be elevated, eliminating the need to use the runas syntax from that command line.
If you are logged on to an account other than the built-in local administrator account, you may see the following security alert dialog box.
Figure 1: Windows Security (User Account Control)
Install IIS 7
1. To open the Windows Features dialog box, click Start, and then click Control Panel.
Figure 2: Windows Vista Start menu
2. In the Control Panel, click Programs.
Figure 3: Control Panel Home
3. Click Turn Windows features on or off.
Figure 4: Control Panel install options
4. You may receive the Windows Security warning. Click Allow to continue. The Windows Features dialog box is displayed.
Figure 5: Windows Security dialog box
5. Expand Internet Information Services.Additional categories of IIS features are displayed. Select Internet Information Services to choose the default features for installation.
Figure 6: Windows Features dialog box - IIS
6. Expand the additional categories displayed, and select any additional features you want to install, such as Web Management Tools.
Figure 7: Windows Features dialog box - IIS feature selection
7. If you are installing IIS 7 for evaluation purposes, you may want to select additional features to install. Select the check boxes for all IIS features you want to install, and then click OK to start installation.
Figure 8: Windows Features dialog box - Installation selection
8. The progress indicator appears.
Figure 9: Progress indicator
9. When the installation completes, the Windows Features dialog box closes, and the Control Panel is displayed.
Figure 10: Control Panel Home page
10. IIS 7 is now installed with a default configuration on Windows Vista or Windows 7. To confirm that the installation succeeded, type the following URL into your browser, http://localhost.
Figure 11: Default Web site
11. Next, you can use Internet Information Services Manager to manage and configure IIS. To open IIS Manager, click Start, type inetmgr in the Search Programs and Files box, and then press ENTER.
Figure 12: Default Web Site Home page
If you want to use ASP, Microsoft® ASP.NET, or PHP, install the modules needed to host these pages; this can be done during the installation of IIS or after the installation is complete.
Use Unattended Setup to Install IIS 7.0
IIS 7.0 can also be installed unattended on Windows Vista. For detailed instructions and scripts, see Using Unattended Setup to Install IIS 7.0.
Links for More Information
Enable Iis 7 Windows 10How to install ASP.NET 1.1 with IIS7 on Vista and Windows 2008.
Install Iis 7.0 On Windows 7
Installing IIS 7 on Vista.