After starting the IIS Manager, you will first see the overview and setting options for the web server. In the left menu you can open the node with the server name and then the node with the name sites. A page with the name Default Website should already exist there.
The next step is to create a new page for the server service. To do this, right-click the Sites node and then click Add Web Site. In the following window, you can define the page name, the physical path (where the website files should be located), the application pool, and the port. The default server setting should be selected as the application pool for this application. The DefaultAppPool application pool should be used for additional applications or Web services. The settings for the individual application pools are explained under Recommended ApplicationPool Settings.
The server service is addressed as follows using the port assigned here; for example, if the address of the Web server corresponds to http://webserver/, the complete address for assigning port 1337 would be http://webserver:1337/. The port number must be greater than 1000 and not yet assigned elsewhere. A separate port should be assigned for each additional application. Close the window by clicking OK.
The already existing Default Website settings have to be adjusted as well. To do this, open the advanced settings of the default website as shown in the figure.
The physical path to the Web application must now be defined analogously to the settings for the server Web page, and the DefaultAppPool must be selected as the application pool. Click OK to accept the settings. The basic settings are now complete for both sides.