Overview: Build an ASP.NET Website on IIS

By Keith Newman and Robert McMurray

April 14, 2013

This document contains an overview of the Build an ASP.NET Website on IIS scenario. It also contains links to additional information and community resources related to the scenario.

Scenario Description

This scenario shows how to plan and configure an ASP.NET website on an IIS 8 webserver. It is divided into two phases: a plan and design phase, and an install and configure phase. In the plan and design phase, you are provided the information needed to make informed decisions about web server installation, ASP.NET settings, data source settings, and basic application security. In the install and configure phase, you are guided through the procedures required to install IIS, add an ASP.NET application, and configure IIS.

This scenario does not cover how to write an ASP.NET application.

In This Scenario

Practical Applications

Whether you are an IT professional, a web developer, or you just want to set up your own webserver, this scenario can help you install IIS and configure it to serve your ASP.NET web application.

Software Requirements

To get the most from this scenario, you must have access to a computer running one of the following operating systems:

  • Windows Server® 2012
  • Windows® 8

See Also

The following table contains links to resources related to this scenario.

Content type References
Deployment Deployment to a Hosting Provider | Web Deploy 2.0
Operations IIS.NET | IIS Learning Center
Tools and Settings Web Server (IIS) Administration Cmdlets in Windows PowerShell
Community Resources IIS Blogs | IIS Forums | Robert McMurray's Blog | Scott Forsyth's Blog | Steve Schofield's Blog
Related Technologies ASP.NET | ASP.NET Web Projects