Chapter 19. Setting Up a Website
In This Chapter
- Understanding Internet Information Services
- Installing Internet Information Services
- Accessing Your Website
- Understanding the Default Website
- Adding Folders and Files to the Default Website
- Controlling and Customizing Your Website
- From Here
Windows Vista is definitely a client operating system, but it does have its server moments. For example, you’ve seen that Windows Vista acts as a kind of server when you set up a folder to be shared with the network. Similarly, Vista also acts as a kind of server when you use it to host an ad hoc wireless network and when you create a meeting using Windows Meeting Space.
However, these are only “server-like” applications. Surprisingly, there is a way that ...
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