Bizagi processes require a web server for their execution.
Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) is supported as the web server executing processes in a .NET platform, as described at IIS configuration.
When using Bizagi Studio and before you create a new project, you will need to make sure that the IIS is installed and configured as described below.
Windows 7 include Internet Information Services version 7.0.
In such operating system, this installation may not be included by default.
Installing IIS and its components
In this operating system, this installation is often included by default, but not all of its components are active.
Reviewing this installation or adding components, is done through the turning Windows features on (from Programs and Features), and must be configured as follows:
1. Go to Control Panel\Programs\Programs and Features and, on the left menu, click on Turn Windows features on or off.
2. Make sure you mark the check boxes for the components as shown below.
Notice that some check boxes are marked by default, and these must be left unchanged because they are too part of the required configuration.
3. Click on OK to finish up the configuration.
This may take up a minute or two. These changes may require rebooting the machine.
Verifying IIS and the default web site
Once the IIS is installed and in order to make sure that you can create projects, open the IIS Manager by using the inet command or by locating the Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager access from the Administrative tools folder (Control Panel -> System and Security).
Then, make sure that you have the Default Web site under the listed Sites of your server, and see it enabled and in a started status:
At this point, you are set to create new Bizagi projects.