Professional Microsoft IIS 8.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Hoboken : Wiley, 2012Description: 1 online resource (1289 p.)ISBN: 9781118417379Subject(s): Directory services (Computer network technology) | Microsoft Windows (Computer file) | Operating systems (Computers)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Professional Microsoft IIS 8DDC classification: 005.71376 LOC classification: TK5105.595Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Part I: Introduction and Deployment; Chapter 1: Background on IIS and New Features in IIS 8.0; IIS Versions 1.0 to 4.0; IIS 5.0 and 5.1; IIS 6.0; IIS 7.0 and 7.5; Windows Server 2012 Features; IIS 8.0 Features; Chapter 2: IIS 8.0 Architecture; IIS Architecture Basics; IIS 7.0 and Later Architecture; IIS 8.0 Architecture; Windows Server 2012 Architecture; Chapter 3: Planning Your Deployment; Windows 2012 Server Deployment Planning; IIS 8.0 Deployment Planning; Application Deployment Planning; Automation and Deployment Tools; Capacity Planning; Chapter 4: Installing IIS 8.0
Windows Server 2012 Server ManagerThe Default IIS 8.0 Installation; Installing IIS 8.0's Features; Installing IIS 8.0 Using PowerShell; Upgrading from IIS 7.0 to IIS 8.0; Installing IIS 8.0 on Windows 8; Installing IIS 8.0 on Windows 7; Automated Installation and Configuration; Hosting Service Recommendations; Part II: Administration; Chapter 5: Administration Tools; Key Characteristics; IIS Manager; IIS Manager Extensibility; Remote Connections; Configuration Settings; Command-Line Management; Chapter 6: Website Administration; Websites, Applications, and Virtual Directories
Creating a New WebsiteConfiguring Logging; Configuring Host Headers; Administering Applications; Administering Virtual Directories; Authentication; Configuring Compression; Configuring Default Document Settings; Configuring MIME Settings; Basic Administration Tasks; Chapter 7: Web Application Administration; Application Administration; ASP Configuration; ASP.NET Configuration; ISAPI Configuration; CGI Configuration; FastCGI Configuration; Windows Process Activation Service; Application Initialization; Chapter 8: Web Application Pool Administration; A Background of Website Separation
Defining ApplicationsComparing Virtual Directories to Applications; Understanding the w3wp.exe Process; Working with Application Pools; Application Pool Security; Noteworthy Advanced Settings; Application Pool Users; Chapter 9: Delegating Remote Administration; Introducing the Main Characters; IIS Manager Remote Access; Delegation Settings; Chapter 10: Configuring Other Services; Installing and Configuring an FTP Server; Installing and Configuring an FTP Server; Configuring Existing FTP Sites; Configuring FTP User Security; Administering FTP with Configuration Files
The FTP Command-Line ClientInstalling and Configuring an SMTP Server; Installing and Using LogParser; Part III: Advanced Administration; Chapter 11: Core Server; Background; Core Server and Modules; Server Workload Customization; ASP.NET and the IIS Pipeline; Legacy ISAPI Support; Chapter 12: Core Server Extensibility; Extensibility Overview; IIS Module Concepts; An Example Native Module; Managed Code Modules; An Example Managed Module; Event Tracing from Modules; Extending IIS Configuration; Extending the IIS Administration Tool; Chapter 13: Securing the Server; What Is Security?
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Stellar author team of Microsoft MVPs helps developers and administrators get the most out of Windows IIS 8 If you're a developer or administrator, you'll want to get thoroughly up to speed on Microsoft's new IIS 8 platform with this complete, in-depth reference. Prepare yourself to administer IIS 8 in not only commercial websites and corporate intranets, but also the mass web hosting market with this expert content. The book covers common administrative tasks associated with monitoring and managing an IIS environment--and then moves well beyond, into extensibility, scripted ad
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Ken Schaefer is a senior architect at HP Enterprise Services and a coauthor of Professional IIS 7 . He is a Microsoft MVP for Window Server/IIS.
Jeff Cochran is a senior network specialist for the City of Naples, Florida.
Scott Forsyth is the co-founder and Chief Systems Engineer of Vaasnet, and a Microsoft MVP for ASP.NET/IIS.
Dennis Glendenning is an enterprise solutions architect with Avanade.
Benjamin Perkins is a senior support escalation engineer at Microsoft Deutschland.