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Old 02-02-2011
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Installation of Web server on Server Core

I was looking for the installation of web server on Server core which should be Windows based. I have checked on web but didn't find any appropriate results for it. So thought to post my query over here. Please tell me how to do installation of Web server on Server Core. I am sure that some of members over here must be knowing about it. It would be grateful if somebody describes about this topic in details. Thanks in Advance for sparing your time for me.
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Re: Installation of Web server on Server Core

ISS (Internet Information Services) can be installed on Windows Server 2008 in Core mode. Unlike most other role services, their installation is relatively complicated. A web server should be as slim as possible, because any additional service costs resources and offers potential hackers to attack. Accordingly, the combination of Windows Server Core and Internet Information Services 7 , the optimal solution for a Web site, if it must be because of IIS. However, the establishment of the IIS7 on Server Core design relatively expensive. That is mainly because, for the installation of the many services possible role of the Internet Information Services 7 each specific parameters are required. Accordingly, extensive is the syntax of the command for setting up the IIS 7. While it is difficult to IIS 7 in a basic functionality relatively easy to install. But in most cases you need to run the web server some of the additional role services.
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Re: Installation of Web server on Server Core

To perform a basic installation, use the statement:
start / w / pkgmgr / iu: IIS web server role, Windows Activation Service WAS, WAS-process model
This sets up the basic role of the web server. Absolutely necessary are also the Windows Activation Service and the associated process model, the execution of different threads and components of IIS need to be written for the. They manage the application pools and worker processes of IIS. All other functions will now be added to the parameters of the installation command.
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Re: Installation of Web server on Server Core

The large number of parameters reflects the breadth of the role services that offer the IIS 7th It also highlights the role that some services in the core mode are missing. This is because, for example, ASP.NET is not supported. The other features are not available:
  • Netfx extensibility and netfx environment for WAS (IIS NetFxExtensibility and WAS NetFxEnvironment)
  • Management Console (IIS management console)
  • Management Service (IIS management service)
  • Legacy snap-in management console (IIS LegacySnapIn)
  • FTP Management (IIS FTPManagement)
  • WHAT Configuration API (WAS ConfigurationAPI)
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Re: Installation of Web server on Server Core

During the installation of basic services is already clear that there is no feedback on the success of the action. As long as you get no error message, but all the indications are that it worked. To have but a check on the results, must be able to check what was installed. This is where the command oclist.exe is used. If you run this without any parameters, you get a list of all installed components. Better the result, if the variant is used.
oclist | find "Installed" | find / v "IIS"
With oclist.exe one can get a list of roles and role services installed on a Windows Server Core in the mode of Server 2008.
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Re: Installation of Web server on Server Core

Many times (unfortunately) you can not do anything in practice yet, because not even your own Web server is installed. It's just the environment for IIS available. To perform a basic installation, you can with following:
Code:
Start / w pkgmgr / iu: IIS web server role, IIS web server, IIS-common http features; 
IIS static content, IIS default document; IIS directory browsing; 
IIS http errors, IIS application development, IIS-CGI; 
IIS HealthAndDiagnostics; IIS http logging ; IIS logging libraries; 
IIS request monitor, IIS Security, IIS request filtering; 
IIS http compression static; IIS web server management tools; 
WAS windows activation service; WAS process model
Work If you set up the basic services already, the statement is only,
Code:
Start / w pkgmgr / iu: IIS-WebServer; IIS-common http features; 
IIS static content, IIS default document; IIS directory browsing; 
IIS http errors, IIS application development, IIS-CGI; 
IIS HealthAndDiagnostics; IIS http logging; IIS logging libraries ; 
IIS monitor request, IIS Security, IIS request filtering; 
IIS http compression static; IIS web server management tools
The existing modules do not have to be specified. With instructions to set up, including the following key features:
  • Web Server service
  • Common HTTP Features
  • Support for static content
  • CGI support
  • Logging and error handling
  • Compression for static content
  • Basic security features
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