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Frequently Asked Questions about IIS 6.0

Updated: August 22, 2005

Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1

  1. Why do features like FrontPage Server Extensions, WebDAV publishing, ASP, and server-side includes not work on IIS 6.0 by default?

  2. What is a Web service extension and how do I use the Web Service Extensions folder?

  3. How do I publish documents or Web pages?

  4. How do I create a virtual directory on a Web or FTP site?

  5. How do I create a Web site?

  6. How do I create multiple Web sites?

  7. How do I replicate Web content?

  8. How do I stop and restart Internet services?

  9. Where can I find information about accessibility features for disabled users?

  10. How do I get technical support for IIS?

  11. Can I change the name of my Web site and also redirect requests for the old site name to the new one?

  12. Can I use IIS Manager to remotely administer my site through a proxy server?

  13. How do I determine whether my drive is configured to use NTFS?

  14. How do I convert a drive or partition formatted for the file allocation table (FAT) file system to the NTFS file system?

  15. Can I set up an FTP site with different levels of access for different users?

  16. How can I confirm that a server certificate is attached to a Web site?

  17. Can I attach more than one server certificate to a Web site?

  18. Can I attach the same server certificate to more than one site?

  19. Can I attach a server certificate to an FTP site?

  20. Should I create a backup copy of my server certificate?

  21. How do I determine how many users are connected to my FTP service?

  22. Does ASP debugging work in IIS 6.0 worker process isolation mode?

  23. Why do features like FrontPage Server Extensions, WebDAV publishing, ASP, and server-side includes not work on IIS 6.0 by default?

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