Host setup required to allow site applications to deploy Visual Studio 2010 Web Application Project using Web Deploy
Posted by AccuWebHosting Support :: Heather S. on 09 September 2010 01:02 PM
This article is about server side modification required to deploy a Visual Studio 2010 Web Application Project using Web Deploy.
You can download this tool using the following link: Microsoft Web Deployment Tool
Check the status of the following services:
Web Deployment Agent Service and Web Management Service
If any of these services are not started then you need to start them manually. To start them manually, perform the following steps:
Start-> Run-> services.msc
Open Internet Information Service(IIS) Manager.
Select the website (domain name that you want to allow to use web deploy service) from the Connections pane.
For example, testdeploy.com
Select IIS Manager Permissions
From the Actions pane click Allow user ...
Select Windows and click Select
Click on Advanced ...
Click on Find Now. It will display the list of available users. From the given list select your website's ftp user and click Ok
The name of the user will be displayed in the Select User or Group dialog box
Now, from the IIS-> Connections Pane select your localhost. For example, WIN-M5KVABCDEF is the local host here ...
Now, Select Management Service option
Specify the values as described in the following screen shot:
After filling these values click Start in the sidebar ...
Select Management Service Delegation
In the Providers option select contentPath, createApp, iisApp, setAcl from the drop down menu
Click Ok Button
Edit the permission of testdeploy.com website
Right click on testdeploy.com select Edit Permissions ...
Go to Security tab
Click Edit ...
Click Add ...
Give Full control to LOCAL SERVICE
Now, edit the permission of FTP user
Select FTP user
Give Full control to FTP user