You have more than one IIS Server instance available to manage even only website or web application want to manage from IIS Manager.
We are going to connect a remote IIS Server instance with IIS Manager on Windows Server 2016. This you can do with any operating system that supports IIS 10.0.
Step 1 : First, you have to install the Management Service role on the remote IIS server.
Step 2 : Click Next on the Web Server Role (IIS) wizard.
Step 3 : Select the Role-based or feature-based installation option
Step 4 : Select a server from the server pool with the current machine selected and click on Next.
Step 5 : Click on the Add Features button to install them.
Step 6 : Click on Next.
Step 7 : The next window, click on Next.
Step 8 : Click on Install to proceed with installing.
Step 9 : Once the installation has succeeded, you can click on the close button.
Step 10 : Now open IIS Manager Service on remote.
Step 11 : We have to enable remote connections. Allow access, Apply, and then Start.
Step 12 : Now we have to come to Windows Server 2019, which has IIS 10.0 Installed.
Step 13 : Right-click on the Start Page icon or click on the globe below Connections. You will see the option to connect to an IIS Server, a website, or application.
Step 14 : Enter the server IP address, port. Click on the Next button to finish the current step.
Step 15 : Now you have to enter your username and password
Step 16 : after which a server certificate confirmation alert pop-up message comes up on a successfully authenticated username and password. Click on the Connect button.
Step 17 : Then, provide the server name.
Step 18 : Click on Finish. That’s it; you’re done.