At the time of writing my environment is as follows: It's perhaps worth saying here that I'm using these images for convenience because they are available on Docker Hub.In a production scenario you probably wouldn't want to rely on an image as fully formed as microsoft/aspnet and you would probably start with microsoft/windowsservercore or microsoft/nanoserver and have full control of what is installed.NET websites and Local DB to host SQL Server databases?
So with this in mind is it just me who feels slightly uneasy that in the Visual Studio world the development and debugging of applications destined for Windows servers tends be on Windows desktop machines using lightweight counterparts of server applications such as IIS Express to host ASP.
If its already installed, disable and revert your current config into the Inet Srv directory, install URL Rewrite then Export and Re-enable Shared Configuration.
Good IIS Configuration isn’t strictly limited to what happens in
URL Rewrite 2.0 is a nice swiss army knife tool for IIS.
It lets you tweak Request and Response headers, rewrite URLs for SEO friendly addresses, and inject Google Analytics Tracking Code for all content on your server. One thing to note if your using a Shared Configuration, you should install URL Rewrite first, then enable Shared Configuration.