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10.In the Settings blade of ResDevWebVM2 network security group, click Inbound security rules. 11.In the Inbound security rules blade, click Add. 12.In the Add inbound security rules blade, specify the following settings: oName: allow-httpoPriority: 1100oSource: AnyoProtocol: TCPoSource port range: *oDestination: AnyoDestination port range: 80oAction: Allow13.Click OK. 14.In the breadcrumb trail at the top of the portal interface, click ResDevWebAS to return to the ResDevWebASblade. 15.In the ResDevWebASblade, in the Resourcestile, click ResDevWebLB, representing the load balancer. 16.In the ResDevWebLBblade, note the value of its IP address entry. 17.Open a new InPrivate Browsing Internet Explorer session and type the IP address that you noted in the previous step in the navigation bar, and then press the Enter key. 18.Verify that you can access the default IIS webpage. 19.Close the InPrivate Browsing window. 20.Switch to the Remote Desktop session on ResDevWebVM1. On the Tools menu in the Server Managerwindow, select Services. 21.In the Serviceswindow, scroll down to the World Wide Web Publishing Service entry, right click on it, and select Stopon the context sensitive menu. 22.Switch to the Remote Desktop session on ResDevWebVM2. On the Tools menu in the Server Managerwindow, select Services. 23.In the Serviceswindow, scroll down to the World Wide Web Publishing Service entry, right-click on it, and select Stopon the context sensitive menu.
MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITEDImplementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions L4-3324.Switch back to MIA-CL1. From MIA-CL1, open a new InPrivate Browsing Internet Explorer session. In the new Internet Explorer window, click the cogwheelicon in the upper-right corner, click Safety on the drop-down menu, and then click Delete browsing history. 25.In the Delete Browsing History dialog box, click Delete. 26.In the InPrivate Browsing Internet Explorer window, type the IP address of the load balancer in the navigation bar, and then press the Enter key. 27.Verify that the This page can’t be displayedmessage appears. 28.Switch back to the Serviceswindow in the Remote Desktop session on ResDevWebVM1. 29.In the Serviceswindow, right-click the World Wide Web Publishing Service entry, and then select Start from the right-click menu. 30.Once the service is running, switch back to MIA-CL1 and refresh the InPrivate Browsing Internet Explorer window. Verify that you can again access the default IIS webpage. Note: Optionally you can repeat this sequence, but this time stopping the World Wide Web Publishing Serviceon ResDevWebVM1 and starting it on ResDevWebVM2. As long as the service is running on at least one of the two virtual machines, you should be able to access the webpage.