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IIS when installed creates a folder c:\inetpub. This is the base folder for the Internet Information Services (IIS). Notable folders under this folder include:oinetpub ..........Web server base folderoftproot............The base folder for FTP v7.5 servicesUNCLASSIFIED Holmesglen: MK 10-Feb-2018 X:\EEIT\CIT\AQTF Documents\Subjects\ICT\ICT40415_Cert_IV_IT_Networking\2018\Server Technologies 1\Session 1 Server Hardware + Software.docx7
Server Technologies 1The folder that we are interested in is the “wwwroot”folder. This is the root folder for the default web server.Open cross.gifand form_handler.aspxCopy the two files inside (form_handler.aspx and cross.gif) into c:\inetpub\wwwrootThe file form_handler.aspxcontains embedded ASP.NET code that is executed on the server and sends its results back out through the Web Server.Steps that you undertook in Prac 4 should have enabled the ASP.NET “processor”on your web server. This can be confirmed by selecting:Start / Administrative Tools / Internet Information Services (IIS) ManagerScroll up and there should be a section titled “ASP.NET”....If not you will need to follow the instructions below:Go to the “Server Manager” by selecting Start / Administrative Tools / Server ManagerSelect Roles / Web Server (IIS). Scroll down to “Application Development” and check to see that the following are installed:oASP.NETo.NET Extensibility oASP oCGIoISAPI Extensions oISAPI Filters oServer Side Includes.Print Screen of Application Development:If not, Click Add Role Services.SelectoASP.NETo.NET Extensibility oASP oCGIoISAPI Extensions UNCLASSIFIED Holmesglen: MK 10-Feb-2018 X:\EEIT\CIT\AQTF Documents\Subjects\ICT\ICT40415_Cert_IV_IT_Networking\2018\Server Technologies 1\Session 1 Server Hardware + Software.docx8
Server Technologies 1oISAPI Filters oServer Side Includes.Click NextClick InstallBack in the IIS Manager, click on the .NET Authorization Rules iconMode should be Allow, with users being All Users. If this is not the case Click Add Allow RuleAllow access to this web content to All Users by checking the appropriate box.Click Ok.You now should be able to test your page that you just uploaded.Activity 3 Test the .asp page In this activity you will test the .asp page that you just uploaded. Note that this page will be used in the loadsimulation coming up next.Your server’s Web browser has a set of specialised security settings known as “Internet Explorer Enhanced Configuration” set. If the site is not in a list of recognised sites access to the page is denied unless you add that site to the list of allowed sites. This can be painful when developing a server, although when the server is operational it is highly recommended to operate the server under this setting.