Azure Application Proxy – Part 2

To perform these steps, you’re going to need a domain joined Windows Server with IIS installed.

There are a few different ways to deploy a web application, perhaps the simplest is to deploy it using a file share.

Create a root folder for your IIS web site (C:\www) and within this root folder create and share a sub-folder for the intranet-app1 application we have just built:

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Map the share to ta network drive on the machine you’ve used for Visual Studio

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In the main Visual Studio window – select the Intranet-app1, right click and select Publish …

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In the Publish dialog box select the Custom option, enter a new custom profile name, click OK and then click Next

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Now select File System as the publish method and set the target location to the file share network drive location we set up previously. Click Publish

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If you now resize the Output window in Visual Studio you should see the web application deploying successfully.

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In Part 3 we’ll configure the IIS server to support our authentication choice.

 

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