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What is the best way and practice to deploy/publish my repo to my IIS/Windows Server?


I have a Windows Server where my projects will set. I'm currently working with a test repo to figure out how it all works since I am new to bitbucket. 

I have created a master repo with an index.html that just has 'Hello World'. I've cloned this repo to my local machine so I can make some changes and push it. I've also cloned this on my windows server so I can view the changes. So if I navigate to `http://servername/desktop/project/index.html` I can see it on the browser. 

Ideally, I want to make a change to my index.html on my local repo, push the change and see the change via the URL I provided. 

What would be the best approach to handle this work flow? or is there a better way of doing this?

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