How to install Plesk on Windows Server 2019

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Install Plesk on Windows Server 2019

In this article, we will explain how you can install Plesk on Windows Server 2019. We’re downloading Plesk 18.0.29. 


  • VPS or Dedicated Server with Windows Server 2019 installed.
  • You must be logged in via Remote Desktop Protocol as an administrative user.

Step 1: Log in with RDP into Windows Server 2019

Connect to your server with the login credentials which you can find in your client area.

Step 2: Downloading Plesk Installer

Go to and click on Plesk Installer.

Plesk Installer Browser

When the download is done, click on it.

Plesk Installer Download

This window will pop-up. Click on Yes to give the app permission to make changes on your device.

Plesk Permission

Step 3: Plesk Installer Login

You will see this screen. Insert your password and click Log In.

Plesk Installer

Click at the top left on Install or Update Product.

Plesk Installer Install or Upgrade

Select Plesk and click on Continue.

Plesk Installer Version

Then choose at Installation Type whether you want the Recommended version, the Full version or if you want to make a Custom version. If you have made a choice,  click on Continue.

The Full version contains: Plesk, AWStats, MailEnable Standard Edition, BIND DNS Server, Microsoft DNS Server, SpamAssassin, MySQL ODBC 3.51 driver, phpMyAdmin, myLittleAdmin, Webalizer, Horde webmail, Plesk Premium Anti-Virus, SEO Toolkit, SSL Itl, Repair Kit, PHP Composer, Advanced Monitoring, Node.js hosting features (Node.js, Node.js IIS module, and Node.js Engine) and Microsoft ASP.NET Core hosting features.

Plesk Installer Versions

In the next window, choose your administrator password. Make sure to remember it. After you’ve chosen a password, click on Continue.

Plesk admin password

The installation will now begin. This may take a while.

Plesk installation

After the installation is finished, click on Ok.

Plesk finished downloading


Congratulations, you have installed Plesk on your Windows Server.

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