Microsoft Internet Information Server 4 for Dummiesby David Angell, Dummies Technical Press Staff
Get your Web site or corporate intranet up and running quickly and painlessly with Microsoft's new state-of-the-art entry in the field of Web servers. The Internet Information Server (IIS) is really two products in one: a complete Web server with all the bells and whistles you'd expect, and a platform for software developers to build and publish customized Web applications. And it's free.
Whether you're running a business intranet or publishing for the world at large on the Web, Microsoft Internet Information Server 4 For Dummies can guide you safely through the treacherous waters of bringing the Web's powerful capabilities to your company's existing network resources and databases. In clear, concise, and easy-to-understand language, technical guru David Angell covers all the details you'll need to know about setting up your own server on a Windows NT 4 system, building a secure site, and taking advantage of the latest tools and technologies for Web-based publishing, including Active Server Pages and Microsoft's Front Page 98 authoring software.
Meet the Author
About David Angell David Angell is a principal in angell.com, a consulting and technical communications firm based in Boston, MA. David is the author of IDG Books Worldwide's ISDN For Dummies®, 2nd Edition, and the coauthor of Mosaic For Dummies®, 2nd Edition, as well as the author of 18 other books on a wide variety of computer topics.
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