Installing Instructions for Webserver IIS7

Installing and enabling ASP.NET

Enabling IIS Management Console or IIS Management Service

Enabling Windows Authentication

Enabling IIS Default Document

Enabling IIS Http Static Content

Enabling IIS Http Redirection

 

Installing and enabling ASP.NET

TeamPulse requires ASP.NET to be installed on the target machine.  ASP.NET is the web application hosting technology that TeamPulse uses.  Refer to the following link for instructions on how to install ASP.NET on your system: 

http://blogs.iis.net/bills/archive/2008/06/02/installing-asp-net-1-1-with-iis7-on-vista-and-windows-2008.aspx

 

This is what the ASP.NET feature looks like when enabled in Windows 7:

This is what the ASP.NET role service looks like when enabled in Windows Server 2008:

 

 

Enabling IIS Management Console or IIS Management Service

TeamPulse requires that IIS Management Console or IIS Management Service be enabled in IIS.  Either one of these services will do. Refer to the following link for instructions on how to enable this feature on your system:

http://learn.iis.net/page.aspx/130/understanding-setup-in-iis-7/

 

This is what the IIS Management Console or IIS Management Service features looks like when enabled in Windows 7:

This is what the IIS Management Console or IIS Management role services looks like when enabled in Windows Server 2008:

 

Enabling Windows Authentication

TeamPulse requires that Windows Authentication be enabled in IIS.  TeamPulse uses Windows Authentication in order to securely authenticate its users.  Refer to the following link for instructions on how to enable this feature on your system: 

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc754628(WS.10).aspx

 

This is what the Windows Authentication feature looks like when enabled in Windows 7:

This is what the Windows Authentication Windows role service looks like when enabled in Windows Server 2008:

 

 

Enabling IIS Default Document

TeamPulse requires that Default Document support be enabled in IIS.  Refer to the following link for instructions on how to enable this feature on your system:

http://learn.iis.net/page.aspx/130/understanding-setup-in-iis-7/

 

This is what the Default Document Windows feature looks like when enabled in Windows 7:

 

This is what the Default Document Windows role service looks like when enabled in Windows Server 2008:

 

Enabling IIS Http Static Content

TeamPulse requires that Http Static support be enabled in IIS.  Refer to the following link for instructions on how to enable this feature on your system:

http://learn.iis.net/page.aspx/130/understanding-setup-in-iis-7/

 

This is what the Static Content Windows feature looks like when enabled in Windows 7:

This is what the Static Content Windows role service looks like when enabled in Windows Server 2008:

 

Enabling IIS Http Redirection

TeamPulse requires that Http Redirection be enabled in IIS.  Refer to the following link for instructions on how to enable this feature on your system:

http://learn.iis.net/page.aspx/130/understanding-setup-in-iis-7/

 

This is what the Http Redirection Windows feature looks like when enabled in Windows 7:

 

This is what the Http Redirection Windows role service looks like when enabled in Windows Server 2008: