IIS and Application Server Snap-In Essentials
The IIS snap-in is a Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in for managing IIS resources in Windows domains. You’ll use this tool to perform administration routine tasks, such as starting Internet services, starting individual sites, and rebooting servers remotely.
If you work with ASP.NET, Windows .NET Framework, or Component Services, you can also use the Application Server snap-in. Application Server has three primary nodes:
.NET Configuration. Configure and manage Windows .NET Framework assemblies, assembly caches, remoting services, runtime security, and ASP.NET applications
Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager. Configure and manage Web, FTP, SMTP, and NNTP services
Component Services. Configure ...