How to set up a website on Windows Server without a control panel
Just do the following steps, and you can start your website without a control panel in Windows Server. To set up a website in Windows Server without a control panel, you must follow the following steps:
IIS (Internet Information Services) is a web server service developed by Microsoft for the Windows operating system. This service provides the possibility of providing and hosting websites, web applications and web services on Windows servers.
To fix this, please follow the steps below to install IIS:
- Open the Server Manager application and select “Add Roles and Features”.
- In the “Select Features” window, select “Web Server (IIS)” and click “Next”.
- On the “Select Role Services” page, select “Web Server” and “Application Development” and then click “Next”.
- On the “Confirm Installation Selections” page, click “Install”.
By following these steps, you can install IIS on your system.
Create a money application for the website
Application Pool in Windows servers provides an isolated environment for running applications and websites in IIS (Internet Information Services). Each application or website hosted on IIS is assigned to an Application Pool.
Create an Application Pool. An Application Pool is an IIS object that shares resources for one or more Web sites or ASP.NET applications. To create an Application Pool, go to Server Manager and select Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager. In the IIS Manager tree, click Application Pools. Then, click Add Application Pool. In the Add Application Pool window, enter a name for the Application Pool, and then click Create.
Create a website
Create a website. Go to Server Manager and select Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager. In the IIS Manager tree, click Sites. Then, click Add Site. In the Add Site window, set the following:
Site name: Enter the name of the site.
Port: Enter the HTTP port that the site should use.
Physical path: enter the physical path to the directory where the site content is stored.
Application pool: Select the Application Pool that you want the site to use.
Binding: Enter the IP address and port to which the site should be connected.
Hostname: Enter the hostname of the site.
SSL: If the site uses SSL, select Require SSL.
HTTPS port: If you want the site to use SSL, enter the HTTPS port.
HTTPS bindings: Enter the IP address and port to which the site should be connected.
Link the domain to the site. If you want your site to be accessible through a domain, you must link the domain to it. For this reason, you need to make changes to your DNS server settings.
After completing these steps, your site should be available. However, to check that your site is working properly, you can use your site’s IP address or hostname in your browser.