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Internet Information Server (IIS) 6.0 Fundamentals: A Guide to Understanding and Implementing IIS 6.0 on Windows Server 2003

   by Michael J. Ware

    CG Press, Ltd.
    September, 2003


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Editorial description(s):

About the Author
Michael Ware co-founded the first ISP running Windows NT in Orange County. Since 1995 he has consulted for numerous corporations such as Intel, SBC and MCI. He currently works as a Systems Engineer for a major microprocessor manufacturer in the foothills of the Sacramento Valley.

Book Description
This book demonstrates the advances offered by Microsoft’s latest version of Internet Information Server (IIS). A thorough reading will reveal how to get up and running with IIS 6.0, Network Load Balancing Services (NLBS), as well as Microsoft’s Application Center on Windows Server 2003. Additionally, Microsoft’s implementation of FTP SMTP, and NNTP functionality will be explained. In This Book You'll Learn: How to install and setup IIS 6.0 How to configure web site application pools How to address common security issues How to configure Network Load Balancing Service About Windows Server 2003 advances About MS Application Center 2000. How to configure FTP, SMTP, NNTP and much more

Reader review(s):

Loaded with great information, March 19, 2004
While less than 250 pages this book if chalk full of useful information. It provides lots of detail specifically around new capabilities, which is good for anyone experienced with IIS. I found it easy to read and got me up to speed fast. It also has an introductory chapter for fist time IIS users, which seasoned techies can skip.
This book as an easy to read alternative to the Microsoft technical reference on IIS 6.

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