1: Log on to Windows 2003 Web Server.

1: Open Remote Desktop (Terminal Services) and connect to the server.
2: Enter administrator username and password to log on.

2: Create Folder for Account.

1: Open Explorer at D:\Sites\ and create the new web folder (domain.co.uk).
2: Add a second folder within this new one called “logs”.

3: Add New Users to the Server.

1: Open Computer Management, Click on Local Users and Groups.
2: From the user selection, create a new user account.
3: The username should be similar to the domain (domain).
4: Enter a password (Should contain characters and numbers).
5: Unselect “User must change password”
6: Select “User Cannot Change Password”
7: Select “Password never expires”
8: Save and Close.

4: Configure Internet Services.

1: Open Internet Services Manager.
2: From the server icon, create a new web site.
3: Enter the description (domain.co.uk).
4: Assign the IP Address (217.33.105.28)
5: Enter full web address in the “host header” (www.domain.co.uk)
6: Point the path at the folder created earlier (D:\sites\domain.co.uk)
7: Remove all permissions from the account except “Read”
8: Confirm that logs are pointing to the correct path.

5: Configure FTP Services.

1: Open Internet Services Manager.
2: Click the server icon then the “default ftp site” directory.
3: Create a new virtual directory.
4: The Alias for the account should be the same as the username (domain).
5: Point the path at the folder created earlier (domain.co.uk).
6: Add Read and Write permissions to the FTP Account.
7: Close the window and save settings.

6: Configure Site Securities.

1: Open Explorer at created web folder (D:\sites\domain.co.uk).
2: In the properties for this folder, select the Security Tab
3: Remove inheritable permissions tick.
4: Add the Administrator to the security list with full “Allow” access permission.
5: Add the new user (domain) to the folders permissions with full allow access.
6: Deny all permissions from the “everybody” group except for read access.
7: Close the window and save settings.