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Deploying IIS Services Deploying IIS Services Lesson 5
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Skills Matrix Skills Matrix Technology Skill Objective Domain Objective # Creating a Website Manage Websites 3.2 Creating an FTP Site  Configure a File Transfer  Protocol (FTP) server 3.3 Configuring Site Properties Manage Internet  Information Services (IIS) 3.5
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Web Server Web Server A Web server is essentially a program that listens for  incoming requests from clients and responds to those  requests by supplying data or executing an instruction.  Originally, Web servers listened only for messages sent  using the  Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) the  standard application layer protocol for Web  communications, which client browsers generated when  a user keyed or clicked a link for a Uniform Resource  Locator (URL).  On receiving such a request, the server responded by  transmitting a file back to the client, coded using  Hypertext Markup Language (HTML ) a simple coding  language that provides the client browser with  instructions on displaying the text in the file and  embedding the accompanying image files.
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Internet Information Services (IIS) Internet Information Services (IIS) From its origins as a simple Web server  application, Internet Information Services  (IIS) has grown to be an important part of  many enterprise network deployments.
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IIS 7.0 IIS 7.0 IIS, now in version 7.0, has undergone major  revisions for the Windows Vista and Windows  Server 2008 releases: Modular installation New management interface Command line interface Security enhancements Configuration files Error handling Extensibility
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IIS Manager Interface IIS Manager Interface
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Select Role Services page Select Role Services page
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Web Server (IIS) Role Dependencies Web Server (IIS) Role Dependencies
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Web Server (IIS) Role Services Web Server (IIS) Role Services The list of role services for the Web Server (IIS)  role is extensive, and the default selections are  minimal, consisting only of the following  modules: Static Content Default Document Directory Browsing HTTP Errors HTTP Logging Request Monitor Request Filtering Static Content Compression IIS Management Console
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Windows Process Activation Service Windows Process Activation Service The component that manages the request  pipeline, the server’s application pools, and the  worker processes running in them is called the  Windows Process Activation Service  (WPAS) You must install the WPAS feature, with its  subfeatures, to run the Web Server (IIS) role.  Because WPAS now handles incoming requests 
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2010 for the course TECHNOLOGY MNE 210 taught by Professor Na during the Fall '10 term at Sullivan.

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