Lab11-WEB SERVICES LAB

Lab11-WEB SERVICES LAB - WEB SERVICES Information...

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Information Technology Experiential Learning Lab (ITELL) ©Copyright 2010 School of Information Studies Syracuse University Created by Rensley Pereira Last Updated on 11/18/2011 by Rensley Pereira Used in course IST 346 WEB SERVICES
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Web Services Page 2 L09 - WEB SERVICES R EQUIREMENTS You will need the following in order to perform your lab: 1. You must complete the previous lab prior to working on this lab. 2. These virtual machines: a) Win2008 (Windows Server 2008) – acting as the server (domain, file, web) Logon as Administrator b) Win7 (Windows 7) – acting as a workstation. Logon as user346 P ART 1 M AKING DNS WORK FOR YOU We would like win2008 to be our primary web server www.ad.fauxco.com . For example: Add this cnames, and then make sure they resolve correctly from another host. Use the nslookup command to resolve the names from the Win7 host. C:\Users\adente> nslookup www
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Web Services Page 3 P ART 2 C ONFIGURING A. I NSTALLING THE IIS ROLE ON THE W IN 2008 SERVER On the Win2008 virtual machine, logged on as Administrator , install the IIS role. I will not provide instructions how to do this. We’ve installed enough roles where you should know how to do this by now. If you need specific instructions for how to do this, please visit: http://learn.iis.net/page.aspx/29/installing-iis-70-on-windows-server-2008/
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