Get the complete Internet Information Server (IIS) 5.0 Resource Guide for Windows 2000 Server environments.
Outlines the structure and contents of the guide.
Introduces the new features of IIS 5.0, and gives an overview of the product's architecture.
Provides general and conceptual information about planning and managing the migration process, when it involves multiple servers on an enterprise network.
Provides instructions on migrating configuration settings, content, and applications to IIS 5.0 from another Web server, including UNIX-based Web servers.
Discusses issues involved in planning Web server installations, such as what equipment and software to acquire for Web sites.
Discusses issues involved in optimizing and tuning your IIS-based Web server, and covers some of the tools you can use for accomplishing these goals.
Presents the features and benefits of the underlying technology in IIS 5.0, stressing the important functionality that can be obtained by creating Web applications.
introduces key components of Web data access, and discusses how to harness the power of a data-driven approach for Web content publishing.
Provides a guide to running and maintaining an Internet service provider (ISP) installation in the context of Windows 2000 Server and IIS 5.0.
Addresses how to configure a secure Web server that is running Windows 2000 Server and IIS 5.0, for use on the Internet or on an intranet.
Discusses using the Web to make legacy data and applications easily accessible (via the Internet or a company intranet) to customers and members of the internal organization who use Web browsers.
Provides an intranet standards planning guide that provides corporate guidelines for Active Server Pages (ASP) usage.
Describes how to set policies for securing Web resources, applications, and data in a company intranet. It also demonstrates, through scenarios, how to use IIS 5.0 in order to secure communications over the Internet, including e-commerce applications.
Lists Internet-related terms used in this book.