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How to Configure Windows Server 2008 for App-V Management Servers

Updated: February 3, 2010

Applies To: Application Virtualization

The Windows Server 2008 server on which you install the Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) Management Web Service requires Internet Information Services (IIS) to be installed as a role on the server. Use the following procedure to configure Windows Server 2008 to support App-V server installation.

To install IIS on a Windows Server 2008 computer

  1. On the Windows Server 2008 computer, click Start , click All Programs , click Administrative Tools , and then click Server Manager to start Server Manager. In Server Manager, right-click the Roles node, and click Add Roles to start the Add Roles Wizard .

  2. In the Add Roles Wizard , on the Select Server Roles page, select Web Server (IIS) . When prompted, click Add Required Features to add the dependent features.

  3. On the Select Server Roles page, Click Next , and then click Next again.

  4. In the Add Roles Wizard , on the Select Role Services page:

    1. Under Application Development , select ASP.NET and, when prompted, click Add Required Role Services to add the dependent roles services and features.

    2. Under Security , select Windows Authentication .

    3. In the Management Tools node, select IIS Management Scripts and Tools . Under IIS 6 Management Compatibility , ensure that both IIS 6 Metabase Compatibility and IIS 6 WMI Compatibility are selected, and then click Next .

  5. On the Confirm Installation Selections page, click Install , and then complete the rest of the wizard.

  6. Click Close to exit the Add Roles Wizard , and then close Server Manager.

See Also

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