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Message Analyzer is a very advanced tool, and it allows you to easily configure filters. It even includes an easy to use time-slider, which allows you to view only the requests that were received during a particular time frame. To learn more about Message Analyzer and how to take advantage of its plethora of features, take a look at the Message Analyzer Operating Guide: library/jj649776.aspx. Another tool that can connect to an ETW provider is Performance Monitor, which is included with Windows Server. Additional tools and techniques are discussed here: - what-it-is-and-useful-tools.aspx . In fact, you can even write your own tool to connect to ETW providers, although this is beyond the scope of this book. Erez Benari Program Manager for IIS from the Windows Azure team at Microsoft Learn more You can learn more about the new features and enhancements in IIS 8.5 by checking out the following resources on IIS.NET: “Dynamic Website Activation in IIS 8.5” at whats-new-in-iis-85/dynamic-site-activation-in-iis85.
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Learn more CHAPTER 8 163 “Idle Worker Process Page-Out in IIS 8.5” at whats-new-in-iis-85/idle-worker-process-page-out-in-iis85. “Enhanced Logging for IIS 8.5” at - in-iis-85/enhanced-logging-for-iis85. “Logging to Event Tracing for Windows in IIS 8.5” at - started/whats-new-in-iis-85/logging-to-etw-in-iis-85. “Fine-tuning Dynamic Worker-Process Page-out on IIS 8.5” at archive/2013/08/28/fine-tuning-dyna mic-worker-process-page-out-on-iis-8-5.aspx. Be sure also to check out the following video from TechEd 2013 on Channel 9: “Internet Information Services: What’s New in Window Server 2012 R2” .msdn.com/Events/TechEd/NorthAmerica/2013/MDC-B303.
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165 C H A P T E R 9 Remote Desktop Services W ay back in the mainframe age of computers, dumb terminals ruled the roost. Users keyed their data into a “green screen” terminal and it was sent over the wire to the mainframe. Once the user’s commands had been processed, the results were then transmitted back over the wire to the terminal, where they were displayed in bright green on black background. This client/server architecture of dumb terminals and terminal servers can still be seen in operation when you watch classic movies like Billion Dollar Brain by Michael Caine. Terminal servers have come a long way since then. Microsoft first introduced its own version of this architecture way back in 1996 with Windows NT 4.0 Terminal Server edition, and it provided users with session-based desktops they could access remotely as if they were logged on interactively. Then, as successive versions of Windows Server were released, Terminal Services was enhanced in many ways and rebranded as Remote Desktop Services (RDS). Today, RDS is a staple for organizations that want to deploy a
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