In this article I will give you a step-by-step guide on how to enable .NET roles section in IIS Manager.
IIS Manager gives the ability to assign different roles to users. It also provides a safety category according to authorization that has been assigned to the user. This is extremely important to create security policies in your web application, and also to keep our servers safe.
IIS maintains information about the location of content files, what security identities have access to those files, how content files are separated into applications, and what URLs are mapped to those applications. This information can be configured manually or programmatically by using one of the IIS administration technologies.
1. Connect to your site with IIS Manager 7. If you don’t know how to manage your site remotely with IIS Manager , watch our tutorial video.
2. In the site main configuration page, go to menu “IIS -> .NET Roles“:
3. On the .NET Roles page, You can enable and select the provider of their users to assign respective roles.
4. To save changes, click on Apply, And that’s it! .Net roles have been applied!
This concludes .NET roles in IIS Manager