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How to Install Windows Server 2003 IIS 6.0 Step by Step

Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 is a powerful Web server that provides a highly reliable, manageable, and scalable Web application infrastructure for all versions of Windows Server 2003.IIS helps organizations increase Web site and application availability while lowering system administration costs. IIS 6.0 supports the Microsoft Dynamic Systems Initiative (DSI) with automated health monitoring, process isolation, and improved management capabilities.


Perform the following steps to install IIS 6.0 on the Windows Server 2003 computer . The machine can be a standalone server, a member server in an Active Directory domain, or even a domain controller.
Click Start, point to Control Panel and click Add or Remove Programs.

Click the Add/Remove Windows Components button in the Add or Remove Programs.

On the Windows Components window, click on the Application Server entry and click the Details button.


On the Application Server page, click on the Internet Information Services (IIS) entry and click the Details button.

In the Internet Information Service (IIS) dialog box, put a check mark in the World Wide Web Service check box and click OK.

Click OK on the Application Server dialog box.

Click Next on the Windows Components dialog box.

IIS Server Installation in progress.

Click Finish on the Completing the Windows Components Wizard page.

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