Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0 Resource Kit [NOOK Book]

Overview

Get the definitive reference for deploying, managing, and supporting Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0. This official Microsoft RESOURCE KIT provides comprehensive information and resources from Microsoft IIS Team experts who know the technology best. IIS, a service within the Windows Server 2008 operating system, enables users to easily host and manage Web sites, create Web-based business applications, and extend file, print, media, and communication services to the Web. This RESOURCE KIT provides ...

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Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0 Resource Kit

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Overview

Get the definitive reference for deploying, managing, and supporting Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0. This official Microsoft RESOURCE KIT provides comprehensive information and resources from Microsoft IIS Team experts who know the technology best. IIS, a service within the Windows Server 2008 operating system, enables users to easily host and manage Web sites, create Web-based business applications, and extend file, print, media, and communication services to the Web. This RESOURCE KIT provides everything you need to know about IIS architecture, migrating servers and applications, capacity planning, performance monitoring, security features, top administration and troubleshooting scenarios, and IIS best practices. You also get an essential toolkit of resources on CD, including scripts, job aids, and a fully searchable eBook.

For customers who purchase an ebook version of this title, instructions for downloading the CD files can be found in the ebook.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735646155
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 3/19/2008
  • Series: Resource Kit
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 816
  • Sales rank: 614,024
  • File size: 9 MB

Meet the Author

Bernard Cheah, MVP for IIS, is an enterprise architect and security expert active in the IIS community.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments;
Introduction;
What’s New in IIS 7.0;
Overview of Book;
Document Conventions;
Companion Media;
Find Additional Content Online;
Foundation;
Chapter 1: Introducing IIS 7.0;
1.1 Overview of IIS 7.0;
1.2 What’s New in IIS 7.0;
1.3 Basic Administration Tasks;
1.4 IIS 7.0 Features in Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista;
1.5 Summary;
1.6 Additional Resources;
Chapter 2: Understanding IIS 7.0 Architecture;
2.1 Overview of IIS 7.0 Architecture;
2.2 IIS 7.0 Core Components;
2.3 Request Processing in Application Pool;
2.4 Non-HTTP Request Processing;
2.5 Summary;
2.6 Additional Resources;
Chapter 3: Understanding the Modular Foundation;
3.1 Concepts;
3.2 Key Benefits;
3.3 Built-in Modules;
3.4 Summary;
3.5 Additional Resources;
Chapter 4: Understanding the Configuration System;
4.1 Overview of the Configuration System;
4.2 Editing Configuration;
4.3 Managing Configuration;
4.4 Summary;
4.5 Additional Resources;
Deployment;
Chapter 5: Installing IIS 7.0;
5.1 Planning the Installation;
5.2 Post Installation;
5.3 Troubleshooting Installation;
5.4 Removing IIS 7.0;
5.5 Summary;
5.6 Additional Resources;
Administration;
Chapter 6: Using IIS Manager;
6.1 Overview of IIS Manager;
6.2 Starting IIS Manager;
6.3 IIS Manager User Interface;
6.4 Understanding Features;
6.5 IIS 7.0 Manager Customization and Extensibility;
6.6 Remote Administration;
6.7 Summary;
6.8 Additional Resources;
Chapter 7: Using Command Line Tools;
7.1 Using Command Line Management Tools;
7.2 Appcmd.exe;
7.3 Getting Started with Appcmd;
7.4 Using Basic Verbs: List, Add, Set, Delete;
7.5 Working with Configuration;
7.6 Working with Applications, Virtual Directories, and Application Pools;
7.7 Working with Web Server Modules;
7.8 Inspecting Running Worker Processes and Requests;
7.9 Working with Failed Request Tracing;
7.10 Microsoft.Web.Administration;
7.11 Windows PowerShell and IIS 7.0;
7.12 WMI Provider;
7.13 IIS 7.0 Configuration COM Objects;
7.14 Summary;
7.15 Additional Resources;
Chapter 8: Remote Administration;
8.1 The IIS Manager;
8.2 Web Management Service;
8.3 Summary;
8.4 Additional Resources;
Chapter 9: Managing Web Sites;
9.1 Web Sites, Applications, Virtual Directories, and Application Pools;
9.2 Administrative Tasks;
9.3 Managing Virtual Directories;
9.4 Managing Remote Content;
9.5 Summary;
9.6 Additional Resources;
Chapter 10: Managing Applications and Application Pools;
10.1 Managing Web Applications;
10.2 Managing Application Pools;
10.3 Managing Worker Processes and Requests;
10.4 Summary;
10.5 Additional Resources;
Chapter 11: Hosting Application Development Frameworks;
11.1 IIS as an Application Development Platform;
11.2 Hosting ASP.NET Applications;
11.3 Hosting ASP Applications;
11.4 Hosting PHP Applications;
11.5 Techniques for Enabling Application Frameworks;
11.6 Summary;
11.7 Additional Resources;
Chapter 12: Managing Web Server Modules;
12.1 Extensibility in IIS 7.0;
12.2 Runtime Web Server Extensibility;
12.3 Summary;
12.4 Additional Resources;
Chapter 13: Managing Configuration and User Interface Extensions;
13.1 Administration Stack Overview;
13.2 Managing Configuration Extensions;
13.3 Managing Administration Extensions;
13.4 Managing IIS Manager Extensions;
13.5 Summary;
13.6 Additional Resources;
Chapter 14: Implementing Security Strategies;
14.1 Security Changes in IIS 7.0;
14.2 Configuring Applications for Least Privilege;
14.3 Implementing Access Control;
14.4 Securing Communications with Secure Socket Layer (SSL);
14.5 Securing Configuration;
14.6 Summary;
14.7 Additional Resources;
Troubleshooting and Performance;
Chapter 15: Logging;
15.1 What’s New?;
15.2 Log File Formats That Have Not Changed;
15.3 Centralized Logging;
15.4 Remote Logging;
15.5 Configuring IIS Logging;
15.6 HTTP.sys Logging;
15.7 Application Logging;
15.8 Folder Compression Option;
15.9 Logging Analysis Using Log Parser;
15.10 Summary;
15.11 Additional Resources;
Chapter 16: Tracing and Troubleshooting;
16.1 Tracing and Diagnosing Problems;
16.2 Troubleshooting;
16.3 Solving Common Specific Issues;
16.4 Summary;
16.5 Additional Resources;
Chapter 17: Performance and Tuning;
17.1 Striking a Balance Between Security and Performance;
17.2 The Impact of Constrained Resources;
17.3 Processor;
17.4 Memory;
17.5 Hard Disks;
17.6 Network;
17.7 64-Bit Mode vs. 32-Bit Mode;
17.8 Configuring for Performance;
17.9 Performance Monitoring;
17.10 Scalability;
17.11 Summary;
17.12 Additional Resources;
Appendices;
IIS 7.0 HTTP Status Codes;
IIS 7.0 Error Messages;
HTTP Errors in IIS 7.0;
<httpErrors> Configuration;
Language-Specific Custom Errors;
Custom Error Options;
IIS 7.0 Modules Listing;
Native Modules;
Managed Modules;
Modules Sequence;
IIS 7.0 Default Settings and Time-Outs/Thresholds;
ASP.NET;
IIS;
Management;
Application Pool Defaults;
IIS 7.0 and 64-Bit Windows;
Windows Server 2008 x64;
IIS Manager Features to Configuration References;
ASP.NET;
IIS;
Management;
IIS 6.0 Metabase Mapping to IIS 7.0;
IIS 7.0 Shared Hosting;
Implementing Process Gating;
Enabling Dynamic Idle Threshold;
Common Administrative Tasks Using IIS Manager;
About the Authors;
Michael Volodarsky;
Olga Londer;
Brett Hill;
Bernard Cheah;
Steve Schofield;
Carlos Aguilar Mares;
Kurt Meyer;
Tito Leverette;
System Requirements;

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