Installing Lucee on Windows/IIS: Do I have this right?

Hello all.

I need to set up a couple of Windows 2008R2 servers today, running the
latest version of Lucee.

But somewhere along the way, I misplaced my Windows/IIS setup checklist, so
I am going from memory (which is not what it used to be).

So I am hoping you other Windows/IIS users can take a look at the list
below and let me know if I have this right. And more importantly, let me
know what I have wrong!

Here goes:

  1. Add the Web server (IIS) role

  2. Add the Following Role Services:

Commmon HTTP Features
->Static Content
->Default Content
->HTTP Errors
->HTTP Redirection
Application Development (Do I really need these?)
->ASP.NET
->.NET Extensibility
->ISAPI Extensions
->ISAPI Filters
Health and Diagnostics
->HTTP Logging
->Request Monitor
Security
->Request Filtering
->IP and Domain Restrictions
Performance
->Static Content Compression
Management Tools
->IIS Management Console

  1. Install .NET Framework 3.5.1

  2. Install IIS URL Rewrite Mod 2

  3. Install lucee-4.5.1.022-pl0-windows-installer.exe from here:
    http://railo.viviotech.net

Do I have that right? Are there things here I don’t need? Am I missing
anything?

Thank you,

-RR

Nothing in Lucee requires anything more than the “.NET Extensibility” in the Application Development portion of IIS. If memory serves, the “.NET extensibility” is needed for the BonCode Connector.

Go with http://lucee.viviotech.net/, for the download URL. =)

The rest looks fine to me.

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Subject: [Lucee] Installing Lucee on Windows/IIS: Do I have this right?

Hello all.

I need to set up a couple of Windows 2008R2 servers today, running the
latest version of Lucee.

But somewhere along the way, I misplaced my Windows/IIS setup checklist, so
I am going from memory (which is not what it used to be).

So I am hoping you other Windows/IIS users can take a look at the list
below and let me know if I have this right. And more importantly, let me
know what I have wrong!

Here goes:

  1. Add the Web server (IIS) role

  2. Add the Following Role Services:

Commmon HTTP Features
->Static Content
->Default Content
->HTTP Errors
->HTTP Redirection
Application Development (Do I really need these?)
->ASP.NET
->.NET Extensibility
->ISAPI Extensions
->ISAPI Filters
Health and Diagnostics
->HTTP Logging
->Request Monitor
Security
->Request Filtering
->IP and Domain Restrictions
Performance
->Static Content Compression
Management Tools
->IIS Management Console

  1. Install .NET Framework 3.5.1

  2. Install IIS URL Rewrite Mod 2

  3. Install lucee-4.5.1.022-pl0-windows-installer.exe from here:
    http://railo.viviotech.net

Do I have that right? Are there things here I don’t need? Am I missing
anything?

Thank you,

-RR


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I would do this:

  1. Add the Web server (IIS) role

  2. Add the Following Role Services:

Commmon HTTP Features
->Static Content
->Default Content
->HTTP Errors
->HTTP Redirection
Application Development (Do I really need these?)
->ASP.NET http://asp.net/
->.NET Extensibility

Health and Diagnostics
->HTTP Logging
->Request Monitor
Security
->Request Filtering
->IP and Domain Restrictions
Performance
->Static Content Compression
Management Tools
->IIS Management Console

  1. Install lucee-4.5.1.022-pl0-windows-installer.exe from here:
    http://railo.viviotech.net

  2. Install IIS URL Rewrite Mod 2

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Hello Bilal,

Thank you for the BonCode Connector!

And also, thank you for your reply.

I am curious about why I should install ASP.net (which also installs
ISAPI). That seems like a lot of goo to add to the mix. :slight_smile:

I am still in the testing phase, but it seems that everything is working
fine with just .NetExtensibility installed – but not .Net 3.5.1 Features.

Thanks again for your reply. :)On Tuesday, July 28, 2015 at 11:33:40 AM UTC-4, Bilal wrote:

I would do this:

  1. Add the Web server (IIS) role

  2. Add the Following Role Services:

Commmon HTTP Features
->Static Content
->Default Content
->HTTP Errors
->HTTP Redirection
Application Development (Do I really need these?)
->ASP.NET http://asp.net/
->.NET Extensibility

Health and Diagnostics
->HTTP Logging
->Request Monitor
Security
->Request Filtering
->IP and Domain Restrictions
Performance
->Static Content Compression
Management Tools
->IIS Management Console

  1. Install lucee-4.5.1.022-pl0-windows-installer.exe from here:
    http://railo.viviotech.net

  2. Install IIS URL Rewrite Mod 2