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This enables a very secure and flexible deployment approach.

I’ll cover the configuration steps to enable delegated deployment scenarios in my next blog post in this series.

Below are the steps for how to install Web Deploy on a production server running IIS 7.x on Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2008 R2: 1) Download and run the Microsoft Web Platform Installer on your production server.

We now have Web Deploy installed – next we need to enable deployments with it.

Web Deploy supports deployments by administrators, as well as deployments by non-administrators (aka delegated deployments).

NET based provider API that enables you to create and plug-in your own custom deployment actions – which allow you to customize it however you want.

The wire-protocol for Web Deploy is HTTPS – which means Web Deploy can be used through firewalls (enabling easy, secure, deployment to remote hosted servers).

In the Actions pane, click the “Edit Feature Settings…” link.

This will bring up the “Edit Feature Settings” dialog - check the “Allow administrators to bypass rules” option within this dialog box.

1) The first step to enable Web Deploy is to start the IIS Admin Tool (Start - inetmgr.exe).

Then double-click the “Management Service Delegation” icon on the home-screen: When you double-click the “Management Service Delegation” icon it will bring you to a page that looks like below.

This is the twenty-eighth in a series of blog posts I’m doing on the VS 2010 and . This blog post continues a series of posts I’m doing that cover the new improvements we made around web deployment.

In my first post in the deployment series I provided an overview of the new VS 2010 Web Deployment features.

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