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Run ASP on Your Own PC


You can run ASP on your own PC.


Run web server in window

  • Your possess PC can go about as a web server on the off chance that you introduce IIS or PWS
  • IIS or PWS transforms your PC into a web server
  • Microsoft IIS and PWS are free web server components

IIS - Internet Information Server

IIS is a lot of Internet-based administrations for servers made by Microsoft for use with Microsoft Windows.

IIS accompanies Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and Windows 7. It is additionally accessible for Windows 8.1.

IIS is anything but difficult to introduce and perfect for creating and testing web applications.


PWS - Personal Web Server

PWS is for more established Windows framework like Windows 95, 98, and NT.

PWS is anything but difficult to introduce and can be utilized for creating and testing web applications including ASP.

We don't suggest running PWS for whatever else than preparing. It is obsolete and has security issues.


Windows Web Server Versions

  • Windows 7 (all versions) accompany IIS 7.5
  • Windows Vista Business, Enterprise and Ultimate accompany IIS 7
  • Windows Vista Home Premium accompanies IIS 7
  • Windows Vista Home Edition does not bolster PWS or IIS
  • Windows XP Professional accompanies IIS 5.1
  • Windows XP Home Edition does not bolster IIS or PWS
  • Windows 2000 Professional accompanies IIS 5.0
  • Windows 8.1 Professional accompanies IIS 3 and furthermore bolsters IIS 4
  • Windows 8.1 Workstation underpins PWS and IIS 3
  • Windows ME doesn't bolster PWS or IIS
  • Windows 98 accompanies PWS
  • Windows 95 bolsters PWS

How to Install IIS on Windows 7/8 and Windows 10

Follow these means to introduce IIS:

  1. Open the Control Panel from the Start menu
  2. Double-click Programs and Features
  3. Click "Turn Windows includes on or off" (a connection to the left)
  4. Select the check box for Internet Information Services (IIS), and snap OK

After you have introduced IIS, ensure you introduce all patches for bugs and security issues. (Run Windows Update).


How to Install IIS on Windows XP and Windows 2000

Follow these means to introduce IIS:

  1. On the Start menu, click Settings and select Control Panel
  2. Double-click Add or Remove Programs
  3. Click Add/Remove Windows Components
  4. Click Internet Information Services (IIS)
  5. Click Details
  6. Select the check box for World Wide Web Service, and snap OK
  7. In Windows Component determination, click Next to introduce IIS

After you have introduced IIS, ensure you introduce all patches for bugs and security issues. (Run Windows Update).


Test Your First Web

After you have introduced IIS or PWS pursue these steps:

  1. Look for another organizer called Inetpub on your hard drive
  2. Open the Inetpub organizer, and discover an envelope named wwwroot
  3. Create another organizer, as "MyWeb", under wwwroot
  4. Write some ASP code and spare the document as "test1.asp" in the new folder
  5. Make beyond any doubt your Web server is running (see below)
  6. Open your program and type "http://localhost/MyWeb/test1.asp", to see your first web page

Note: Look for the IIS (or PWS) image in your begin menu or assignment bar. The program has capacities for beginning and halting the web server, impair and empower ASP, and much more.


How to introduce PWS on Windows 95, 98, and Windows 8.1

For Windows 98: Open the Add-ons envelope on your Windows CD, discover the PWS envelope and run setup.exe to introduce PWS.

For Windows 95 or Windows 8.1: Download "Windows 8.1 4.0 Option Pack" from Microsoft, and introduce PWS.

Test Your First Web as depicted above.


How to introduce IIS on Windows Server 2003

  1. When you begin the Windows Server 2003, you should see the Manage Your Server wizard
  2. If the wizard isn't shown, go to Administrative Tools, and select Manage Your Server
  3. In the wizard, click Add or Remove a Role, click Next
  4. Select Custom Configuration, click Next
  5. Select Application Server role, click Next
  6. Select Enable ASP.NET, click Next
  7. Now, the wizard may request the Server 2003 CD. Addition the CD and let it keep running until it is done, at that point click the Finish button
  8. The wizard should now demonstrate the Application Server job installed
  9. Click on Manage This Application Server to raise the Application Server Management Console (MMC)
  10. Expand the Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager, at that point grow your server, and after that the Web Sites folder
  11. You should see the Default Web Site, and it ought not state (Stopped)
  12. IIS is running!
  13. In the Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager click on the Web Service Extensions folder
  14. Here you will see that Active Server Pages are Prohibited (this is the default setup of IIS 6)
  15. Highlight Active Server Pages and click the Allow button
  16. ASP is currently active!