IP Address and Domain Name Restrictions

The first step in the Internet Information Services security process is to validate that the source IP address and/or source domain name are permitted to access the requested Web site. Using IP address and domain name restrictions, you can grant or deny specific computers, groups of computers, or domains access to your Web site.

By default, Internet Information Services allows all IP addresses and source domains to access all Web sites, except the Administration Web Site created by Internet Information Services. You can then configure which IP addresses and source domains to deny access to. You could, instead, reverse this process and deny access to all IP addresses and source domains initially, and specify ...

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