IN THIS CHAPTER
A quick glance at the Internet Information Services (IIS) console reveals the tip of the huge iceberg of changes contained within IIS 6. As Figure 7.1 shows, the console sports a slightly different graphical look, using the more photorealistic icons first introduced in Windows XP. The changes are more than skin deep, though, as indicated by the console's Application Pools and Web Service Extensions folders.
Figure 7.1. The new IIS console sports a revised look and entirely new areas of functionality.
Of all of Windows Server 2003's major features, IIS ...