Introduction to IIS

Introduction to IIS Architectures

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Reagan Templin

Internet Information Services (IIS) 7 and above provides a request-processing architecture that includes: The Windows Process Activation Service (WAS), which enables sites to use protocols other th...

IIS Web Server Overview

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Mike Volodarsky

The IIS 7 and above Web server has a completely modular architecture that offers three key benefits: Componentization Extensibility ASP.NET Integration Componentization All of the Web server featur...

IIS Modules Overview

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Mike Volodarsky

The IIS 7 and above Web server feature set is componentized into more than thirty independent modules. A module is either a Win32 DLL (native module) or a .NET 2.0 type contained within an assembly...

Web Site Deployment Made Easy

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Saad Ladki

In previous versions of IIS, moving a Web site from one server to another meant that you had to explicitly configure IIS application settings in the machine-level metabase repository before the app...

Hosting-Friendly Web Server Platform (IIS): Scenario Overview

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Keith Newman and Robert McMurray

The IIS 8 web server provides a secure, easy-to-manage, modular and extensible platform for reliably hosting websites, services, and applications. The web server scenarios provide end-to-end instru...