J. S. Framestore CFC
B. M. London Internet Exchange
Supporting Microsoft IIS training course contents
Overview and Installing IIS
Web Server infrastructure, installing IIS. Hands on: Default install of IIS, verify and test..
Configuring the default website
Default website, IIS Manager, default IIS file structure, configuring DNS records for a website, creating virtual directories and Applications. Hands on: Configuring the Default website for public access. Creating Virtual Directories and Applications.
Application Pool Architecture, Application Pool recycling. Hands on: Creating and managing Application Pools.
Creating additional websites
Multiple websites on a single server, website bindings. Hands on: Creating new websites.
Website and Web application support
Configuring Common features, adding support for web applications. Hands on: Adding support for web applications.
Securing Websites and applications
Access control, sites, applications, authentication and permissions. URL authorization rules. Hands on: Configuring Authentication and permissions.
Securing Data Transmissions with SSL
Certificates and SSL, creating certificates for a web server, adding a certificate to a website. Hands on: Certificates and HTTPS.
Using the Central Certificate Store
The Central Certificate Store. Hands on: Install and configure the Central Certificate Store.
Configuring Remote Administration
Installing and Configuring the Management Service. Connecting to remote web servers and websites. Delegating Management Access. Hands on: Remote administration.
Implementing FTP, configuring an FTP site. Hands on: Install and configure a secured FTP site.
IMonitoring IIS logs with Log Parser. Hands on: Analyze a set of IIS log files for possible issues using Log Parser. Analyze performance data for performance related problems using PerfMon.
Backing up and Restoring IIS
The IIS environment. Hands on: Performing a backup and restore of a website.
Building Load-Balanced Web Farms
Load-balancing mechanisms, building a Load-Balanced Web Farm using ARR, sharing content to a Web Farm using a network share, Sharing content to a Web Farm using DFS-R, Sharing IIS Configurations in a Web Farm. Hands on: Installing and configuring ARR, sharing content to a Web Farm using network share and DFS-R, sharing IIS Configurations in a Web Farm.
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