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Security IIS Service Security IIS Service Lesson 6
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Skills Matrix Skills Matrix Technology Skill Objective Domain Objective # Configuring Certificates Configure SSL security 3.6 Assigning Standard and  Special NTFS Permissions Configure Website  authentication and  permissions 3.7 Enabling and Configuring  Authentication Methods Configure Website  authentication and  permissions 3.7
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IIS Security IIS Security IIS 7 has many security mechanisms you  can use to protect your Web servers  individually or in combinations.  Each of these mechanisms has its own  configuration interface.
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IP Address and Domain Restrictions IP Address and Domain Restrictions IIS 7 retains a security feature from earlier  IIS versions enabling you to specify IP  addresses or domain names that the  server should allow or deny access to a  server, Web or FTP7 site, virtual directory,  folder, or file. Before you can configure IP address and  domain name restrictions, you must install  the IP and Domain Restrictions role  service in the Web Server (IIS) role.
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Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager  Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager  Console Console
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Home Page for an IIS 7 Server Home Page for an IIS 7 Server
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IPv4 Address and Domain Restriction Pane IPv4 Address and Domain Restriction Pane
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IP and Domain Restrictions IP and Domain Restrictions
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Authentication Methods Authentication Methods Authentication  is the process of  confirming a user’s identity, usually by  requiring the user to supply some sort of  token, such as a password or certificate.  By identifying the user sending a request,  IIS7 can determine the system resources  the user should be permitted to access. 
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Authentication Methods Authentication Methods Even though it might not seem so in the  case of public Web sites accessible  through the Internet, IIS 7 does  authenticate every incoming request to  determine the sender.  In the case of a public site, the server uses  Anonymous Authentication, which does not  identify users by name, but still completes  the formality of the authentication process.
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Authentication Methods Authentication Methods
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Authentication Methods Authentication Methods
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Authentication Method Authentication Method Of the methods listed in the table, only  Anonymous Authentication is integrated into an  IIS 7 installation by default.  All of the other authentication methods require  the selection of additional role services during  the installation of the Web Server (IIS) role.
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