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9780735700222

Internet Information Services Administration

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  • ISBN13:

    9780735700222

  • ISBN10:

    0735700222

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2000-01-14
  • Publisher: Sams Publishing

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Summary

Administrators who know IIS from previous versions need this book to show them in concrete detail how to configure the new protocols, authenticate users with the new Certificate Server, and implement and manage the new e-commerce features. You want to know how to work with the MMC, so that you'll be ready for Windows NT 5.0. This book gives you all of that: a quick read that provides real world solutions, and doubles as a portable reference. Although IIS has been available for several years now, version 4.0 of the Internet Information Server marks a major change in Microsoft's approach to Enterprise Web Service. The brand new feature set in IIS 4.0 reads like a wish list of hot Internet technologies. Administration of IIS has been overhauled by the integration of the Microsoft Management Console and is the first product to use MMC.

Author Biography

Kelli Adam, MCSE is currently the president and principal consultant of ConnectOS Corporation, the network consulting and Internet services firm she founded in 1995.

Table of Contents

Installing and Managing IIS
1(11)
Before Installation
2(1)
System Requirements
2(3)
Security Preview
5(1)
Organizing Content
6(1)
Installation
7(1)
Managing Internet Information Services
8(2)
Backups
10(1)
Internetworking Considerations
11(14)
Hosting Options
12(2)
DNS Configuration
14(4)
Handling Capacity Requirements
18(7)
Integrating IIS with Windows 2000 Security
25(10)
Windows 2000 Security Recommendations
27(1)
User and Group Accounts
27(3)
NTFS
30(2)
Auditing and Logging
32(2)
Security Planning
34(1)
IIS Security
35(16)
Internet Information Services Security with Windows 2000
35(2)
IP Address and Domain Name Restrictions
37(2)
Access Permissions
39(2)
Authentication
41(6)
Impersonation
47(4)
Customizing WWW Sites
51(18)
Under the Hood of HTTP
52(1)
Organization of Sites
53(5)
Operators
58(1)
Home Directory
59(3)
Host Headers
62(4)
Server Extensions
66(3)
Customizing the FTP Service
69(12)
FTP Architecture
70(1)
FTP Site Properties
71(2)
Security Accounts
73(3)
Home Directory
76(3)
FTP Virtual Directories
79(1)
Step-by-Step Setup
80(1)
Running Web Applications
81(12)
Applications and Internet Information Services
82(2)
Configuring MIME Types
84(1)
ISAPI Applications
84(1)
ASP Applications
85(2)
Creating a Web Application
87(6)
Microsoft FrontPage Server Extensions
93(10)
Installing FrontPage 2000 Server Extensions
94(3)
Configuring FrontPage 2000 Extensions
97(1)
Administering FrontPage Server Extensions
98(1)
Security Issues with FrontPage
99(1)
Connecting to a FrontPage Web
100(1)
Integration with Other Services
101(2)
SSL and Certificate Services
103(10)
An Overview of the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
103(1)
Encrypting Communication
104(1)
Client Certificate Mapping
105(3)
Server Certificates and Certificate Authorities
108(2)
Installing and Configuring Certificate Services
110(3)
IIS SMTP Service and NNTP Service
113(10)
How SMTP Works
114(1)
SendMail Components
115(2)
Other Mail Solutions
117(1)
SMTP Site Properties
117(2)
NNTP Service
119(4)
Connecting to Databases
123(10)
Microsoft Data Access Components
124(2)
How to Make the Connection
126(5)
Microsoft SQL Server versus Access
131(1)
Version Checking
131(1)
Security Issues
132(1)
Managing Log Files
133(10)
Understanding Log File Formats
133(4)
Generating Reports from Log Files
137(4)
Managing Log Files
141(2)
Performance Tuning and Reliability
143(12)
Optimizing Web Site Performance
144(2)
Running Applications
146(2)
Using Performance Monitor
148(3)
Editing the Registry to Improve Performance
151(1)
Improving ASP Functionality
151(1)
Load Testing
151(4)
Index 155

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