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Default Questions about setting up an asp.net website on a server

Let me start out by stating that I've never configured a server or anything, only developed for my local machine (and worked on applications that someone else had already configured to a server). I am creating a basic form type of application that will read/write to a SQL server database and generate reports for the user. How would I go about setting up a server (Windows Server 2008), with SQL Server on it and my web application. Please keep in mind that I've only done programming (former game programmer) so I don't really understand much when it comes to configuring servers and setting up the web.config to talk with the web and sql server. Thank you guys very much!
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You could take a look at my book Beginning ASP.NET 4.5.1 which covers this in the last few chapters: http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/WroxTit...11884677X.html

Otherwise, Google is your friend: you'll find plenty of tutorials on setting up IIS if you do some research.

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