Chapter 09. Internet Information Services

Managing sites

Application pools

IIS users and delegation

Managing FTP

Managing IIS using PowerShell

Many organizations use Internet Information Services (IIS) to host both their public facing website as well as internal intranet services. IIS also supports many different roles, from Outlook Web Access in Exchange Server deployments through to SharePoint, Windows Server Update Services, and Certificate Services Web enrollment.

In this chapter, you learn about how to perform Web server administration tasks, from basic tasks, such as configuring new websites and virtual directories, to more advanced topics such as configuring application pool recycling settings, setting FTP sessions to require TLS, and ...

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