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Install the ASP.NET Core Module/Hosting Bundle
Compare IIS 7.0 Hosting
In this article, we will learn how to host ASP. Background To make any application accessible to the end-user, we need to host it on a server. So, in this article, we will learn how to host ASP.
With IIS 7. It is available from a minority of hosts. If you want to use IIS 7.
Net web applications. IIS is normally installed on a Window Server. For users to access a website, it is required that the website is hosted on some sort of web server. There are different web servers available for different technologies. Once the web application is developed, it is then deployed on an IIS Server. This web application can then be accessed by the end users. There are two ways to deploy an application to the server, you will see both over here. Using the File Copy method. Using the Web publish method.