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How to configure IIS in Windows Vista Ultimate. What are the software applications needed or to be installed to work with IIS?Please guide me.

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Check out the Getting Started section on http://www.iis.net

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You don't need IIS to develop using Visual Studio as it comes with a built in web server.

Also, the installation or otherwise of IIS isn't really a .Net related issue, so doesn't belong in this forum

Also, please (PLEASE) do the simplest of google searches before asking simple question. A search for "IIS vista" gives perfectly adequate solutions to this simple problem. I would call you lazy, except registering on this forum and then writing a 100 word question, and then having to wait around for a response is far more work than just doing a 2 word search yourself and getting the answer instantly.

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