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A. install and configure IIS (Internet Information Server) on windows if its not already installed Go to Windows Add components in control panel an install it.
B. test it by going to http://localhost or 127.0.0.1 and see if your getting the default page.
C. Point your registered domain name to your IP address. E.g. Go-daddy Select their DNS servers and change your C record to pint to your IP Address.
D. Set the default site in IIS to respond to requests for that domain name. By clicking properties on the default website.
E. Make sure your firewall allows port 80 to get through.
F. Make sure your router has port forwarding for port 80 set to send http requests to the right machine.

Other than that ive got nothing...
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