Chapter 6. Configuring Web Sites and Directories

Tasks for creating and managing Web sites and directories are broken down into several categories. You’ll find sections in this chapter on Web site naming and identification, creating Web sites, creating virtual directories, and other topics.

Web Site Naming and Identification

Each Web site deployed in the organization has unique characteristics. Different types of Web sites can have different characteristics. Intranet Web sites typically use computer names that resolve locally and have private Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. Internet Web sites typically use fully qualified domain names (FQDNs) and public IP addresses. Intranet and Internet Web sites can also use host header names, allowing single ...

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