Install a home intranet system easily with this Letsfixit guide. Do you have 2 or more computers at home? Do you have an office where the same documents are needed over and over? Whether you have multiple computers at home or the office you hate the time it takes to find files and then share them with the people that need them. Well, you can fix all those problems with a simple Home or Office Intranet. Which provides an organized way to share all those files, images, and memo’s without changing your entire file structure all within an hour.
Decide what will be on the Intranet. If your at home maybe you will put links to your favorite sites, to articles your writing, to family pictures, or create a web page for the kids to use. I know your thinking I don't know how to that, it's easy you'll see. If your creating an Intranet for the office put links to any instructions or processes you have. Focus on those areas that everyone keeps asking you for help with; like links to resources on the web, a single page company newsletter, links to expense reports, vacation requests, and anything else. Remember the goal is to make it easier for you and your staff to find things without revamping your entire file system. See Resources for link to Microsoft article on how to design an Office Intranet.
Change Web Site name to Intranet. When you double click on the IIS icon you'll see the menu below. Right Click on the "Default Web Site" icon and select Rename. Rename the Web Page to "Intranet".
Name your Web page. To name the web page you just finished go to File > Save As. In the "Save As Type" at the bottom change it to the ".htm" file extension and call your page "index.htm". You officially have a web page you can access by typing http://localhost in your web browser.
To create more pages for your new Intranet I suggest highlighting and copying the original page and pasting on a new page in Word. Then just save it as a web page and make sure to link to it from the home page or another page so people can get to it.