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XP system IIS installation and configuration diagram



If you need to debug the Asp program under the Windows XP and Windows 2000 operating systems you first need to determine whether the system you are installing has the environment for debugging Asp IIS (Internet Information Services) It is a simple operating platform provided by Microsoft for developers. The following describes the IIS installation process:

First you need to determine whether your operating system is installed with IIS the method is shown in the figure below :

(Right-click 'My Computer' and click 'Manage')

(Then click 'Services and Applications')

( Check whether to install 'Internet Information Service')

If the system has already installed 'Internet Information Service' you can skip the second step of the installation process. Directly refer to the third step of the debugging process.

(Insert the Windows XP CD click 'install optional windows components')

(Select 'Internet Information Services (IIS)' and click 'Next' to complete the installation)

Three finally debug the IIS operating environment The steps are as follows:

First please operate the relevant steps mentioned in the first point and then perform the following operations;

(Click 'Browse' to check whether the asp program can be run)

(If the right window can be displayed normally The page side indicates that the installation is successful)

Four. IIS settings

(Set the home directory that is the directory where the asp program you need to debug is located)

this The tutorial takes WindowsXp operating system as an example. There are some differences in the installation of other operating systems but the basic idea is the same.

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