To enable IIS to serve and handle *.svc files on a Windows Server, you'll need to install the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Services component. Here’s a step-by-step guide:

  1. Open Server Manager:

    • Click on the Start button.
    • Open Server Manager.
  2. Add Roles and Features:

    • In the Server Manager dashboard, click on Add roles and features.
  3. Select Installation Type:

    • Choose Role-based or feature-based installation and click Next.
  4. Select Destination Server:

    • Choose the appropriate server from the server pool and click Next.
  5. Select Server Roles:

    • Scroll down and select Web Server (IIS) if it's not already installed.
    • If IIS is already installed, just click Next.
  6. Select Features:

    • In the Features section, scroll down to .NET Framework 4.x Features.
    • Expand this section and select WCF Services.
    • Ensure that HTTP Activation is checked under WCF Services.
    • Click Next.
  7. Confirm Installation Selections:

    • Review the selected features and roles.
    • Click Install.
  8. Complete the Installation:

    • Wait for the installation to complete.
    • Click Close when the installation is finished.
  9. Verify Installation:

    • Open Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.
    • Under the Sites node, click on your site.
    • You should now be able to add and configure *.svc files.
  1. Verify the config is working:

    • Open a web browser and navigate to the following URL using your AIR instance information from the following,
    • Replace [Code] with the appropriate value.
    • Ensure that you receive a proper response, indicating that the *.svc file is being served correctly.