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I'm running Windows Web Server 2008 R2 with IIS 7.5, I need to secure one site to be used internally only from IIS is running normally now. My current sites are bound to the internal IP address and serving content to the Internet.

I can't find the IPv4 IP and Domain Restrictions module. This module is allegedly named IpRestrictionModule, but I don't see it in my modules list either. All Windows critical updates are installed.

All of the posts I find for IIS 7 (or 7.5?) mention this module, and I don't have it. How can I install/setup this module.

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up vote 3 down vote accepted

Perhaps reference this article IP and Domain Restrictions remembering you may need to install IP and Domain Restrictions as referenced in the Setup section of that page.

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That was it. I opened Server Manager --> Roles --> Web Server (IIS) --> Add Role Services. The wizard (2 steps) allowed me to Select, under Security, IP and Domain Restrictions. – gr33d Nov 20 '10 at 20:35

How about this link ? (would have added as a comment, but URLs don't appear as links)

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