How to deploy a web application ASP.NET on IIS in a local network?

Is there a web application (a game server), which is a ASP.NET the project, written using the library Microsoft SignalR. You want this application deployed in a local network, and it could connect the game client, but I don't understand how to deploy and guides from the Internet bring me to a standstill (I am far from the topic web development).
April 3rd 20 at 17:41
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April 3rd 20 at 17:43
In theory:
On one of the computers to raise the IIS to deploy the application. It must respond to internal IPS, for example, 192.16.1.2

In practice:
Talk to the system administrator that the network supports, there may be all sorts of pitfalls.
I'm interested in is the process of lifting applications on iis. Take any manual from the Internet, deploy strictly on her, but the result, neither the application works nor the game client it has not connecteda.
For development I use Visual Studio when you debug it will be automatically deployed on the IIS Express (but only for the local machine), maybe that's where some of these settings to get? - zita.OConnell commented on April 3rd 20 at 17:46
April 3rd 20 at 17:45
You can not see restrictions in the transition .NET Core - refrain from IIS and classic ASP.NET in favor of the Kestrel and asp net core - this will be useful in the future.
But if you really need it on IIS, you can read: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/aspnet/web-forms/...

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