Microsoft IIS 10.0 – Uploading .NET web pages

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In this recipe, we are going to upload website pages made in .NET framework version 4.0 to We will have an overview of the associated application pool and also deploy the web pages for the physical folder path.

Getting ready

We need the version 4.0 application installed on IIS 10.0 Server. You should also have administrative privileges.

How it do it…

  1. Open Server Manager on Windows Server 2016. Click on the Tools menu and open IIS Manager.
  2. Expand the IIS server ( WIN2016IIS). We get the listed Application pools and Sites.
  3. Expand the Sites folder, and you will get three websites:,, and Select because we already have the initial settings for HTTP/2 configuration on it. Now you have to upload the .NET framework version 4.0 website pages.



  1. Click on You will see in the Actions panel that there are options called Explore and Basic Settings:
  1. You can upload the website in a different way by clicking on Basic Settings… and navigating to the physical path of
  1. The Edit Site window gives us details about the physical path C:\inetpub\wwwroot\v4mysite of You can browse the path and paste the website pages; also, we can cross-check whether the version 4.0 application is associated with
  2. Click on the Select button in the Application pool column. You will get the Application Pool called DefaultAppPool. Once you click on the Select button, you will get the application pool details window:
  1. You can now see the DefaultAppPool property already correctly set up. The version of this application pool is 4.0. Close the Application pool window and Edit site window.
  2. Let move to IIS Manager. Expand Sites and click on
  3. Go to the Actions panel, click on Explore, and it will take you to the website’s physical path:
  1. Now, you have to paste the .NET web application pages. We have already done this, as you can see in the previous screenshot. We have now uploaded website pages and checked the application pool.

How it works…

In this recipe, we first opened IIS Manager. We then reviewed two different types of websites and learned how to upload website pages. We found out the physical path of We also checked the Application Pool property and version and uploaded the .NET website pages through the Explore option from Actions.

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