How to Configure Permission For the Website on IIS


In this article you will learn how to configure permission for a Website on the IIS.

Step 1

First of all open the Administrative Tools from the Start Menu.

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In the Administrative Tools Wizard an option will be available named IIS Manager; double-click on it to open it.

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Step 2

Now the IIS Manager Wizard will be opened, here on the left hand side the Connections Pane will be available, the Connection Pane will show your Server Name.

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Expand your Server's Name. Now you will see a folder named Sites, expand this folder; it will contain all the sites you have configured on IIS, right now I haven't configured any websites so only the Default Website is available under it.

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Step 3

Now right-click on the Website and choose to "Edit Permissions".

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Now the Property Window will be opened, here by default the General Tab will be open. You need to click on the Security Tab.

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Step 4

Now the Group and User Names will be shown to you. To change the permission, click on any of the User or Group names and then click on the Edit Button.

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On clicking the Edit button a new page will be opened, here you can Add or Remove a User from the list.

You can also provide various kinds of permissions to the user by clicking the check box present in front of each permission, if you want to provide all the permissions then simply click on the Full Control and then click on the Apply Button and then on the "Ok" button.

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Step 5

When you click on the "Ok" button it will return you to the Property Window, if you want to provide a special permission to any user then you can simply click on the Advanced Button.

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In the New Wizard select the user whose permission is to be modified and then click on the Edit Button. From here also you can Add or remove any user.

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