Windows Server 2003 comes with its own built-in Web server called Internet Information Server 6.0 aka IIS 6.0. Getting a web site set up and running under Windows Server 2003 is a snap using the steps listed in this Screen By Screen.
Within the Add or Remove Programs applet, click Add/Remove Windows Components.
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