Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0

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Microsoft’s Internet Information Services (IIS) has been around for more than a decade, from its first incarnation in Windows NT 3.51 to the current release of IIS 7.0 on the Windows Server 2008 and Vista platforms. It has evolved from providing basic service as an HTTP server, as well as additional Internet services such as Gopher and WAIS, to a fully configurable application services platform integrated with the operating system.

IIS 7.0 is a dramatic change in the way IIS is configured and managed. Modularity, granularity, and interoperability are the guiding factors across the entire product, from setup to security, management to automation. Integrated heavily into the operating system, IIS 7.0 benefits from the improvements in the Windows Server 2008 operating system but IIS has been re-engineered to meet the demands of a true application platform.

What is New in IIS 7.0

Working with IIS 7.0

IIS 7.0 and Your Hardware

IIS 7.0 Editions and Windows

IIS 7.0 Web Administration Tools

IIS 7.0 Web Administration Techniques

IIS 7.0 Web Administration Techniques

IIS 7.0 Protocols

IIS 7.0 Roles

Setting Up IIS 7.0
--> Installing Web Servers
--> Installing Application Servers
--> Installing Windows SharePoint Services

Managing Installed Roles and Role Services

Core IIS 7.0 Architecture

IIS 7.0 Services and Processing Architecture
-->Essential IIS Services and Processes
-->Worker Process Isolation Mode
-->Using IIS 7.0 Applications
-->Using ASP.NET Applications with IIS 7.0

Configuring Session State Settings for ASP.NET with IIS 7.0

Configuring SMTP E-Mail Settings with IIS 7.0

Configuring Key / Value Pairs for ASP.NET Applications in IIS 7.0

Configuring Settings for ASP.NET Pages and Controls with IIS 7.0

Connecting to Data Sources in IIS 7.0

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