[IIS] IIS Literacy (iii)

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IIS Literacy Sticker--==[Boutique]==--
IIS Literacy Sticker--==[Boutique]==--

2000 Correspondence iis5.0
XP corresponds to iis5.1
2003 Correspondence iis6.0
IIS Teacher Yi 2006-2-26 16:35 reply to this statement
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IIS is a file and application server that is provided with Windows NT Server 4.0 and is the basic component for establishing an Internet server on Windows NT Server. It is fully integrated with Windows NT Server, allowing the use of Windows NT Server built-in security and the NTFS file system to build a powerful and flexible internet/intranet site.
Installation of 1.IIS
IIS can be installed at Windows NT installation, or after installing Windows NT, using Add/Remove Programs in Control Panel to install the path to the CD: I386\inetsrv\inetstp.exe. The appropriate ODBC driver is required during installation.
Management of 2.IIS
IIS is managed by the ISM (Internet Service Manager), which has two versions, one running as a normal application and one running in a Web browser, the difference being that the latter cannot start and stop Internet services.
ISM (Application Mode) management interface: Choose View Report, Server view, service View from the View menu to get three views:
The default view of the report view, in alphabetical order, displays the selected computer and the services installed on it. From this view, you can connect to the server and display its Properties dialog box, start, stop, or pause services, and optionally display which services (FTP, WWW, GOPHER).
The server view displays the name of the computer that is running Internet services on the network. Open the computer to see the Internet services that are running. Double-click the server name to display its Properties dialog box.
The service view lists all Internet services. Open the service to see which computers are running the service. Double-click the computer name under the service to open the Service Properties dialog box on that computer.
3.IIS Security
The security core of IIS relies on security built into Windows NT Server, and IIS itself has built-in security. This includes encryption, authentication, and IIS extensions.
(1) Windows NT Server security: Windows NT provides user account security, NTFS security.
① User account Security: Windows NT requires users to provide a valid account and password to access Windows NT. The Internet Guest account is created when IIS is installed, and by default all IIS users log on to the server using this account, which allows only local logins and no other rights. If you allow remote users to log on to the Internet Guest account, you do not have to give the remote user a username and password, and Windows NT treats the Internet Guest account.
②NTFS File Security: NTFS provides security to control access to data files, and data files should be placed on NTFS partitions. NTFS can control exactly which users and groups have access to files and directories.
(2) Security for IIS: In addition to Windows NT security measures, IIS itself has security control capabilities. Control access via account name and password: You can configure the WWW service to require users to provide a valid user name and password before connecting to the server.
IIS Teacher Yi 2006-2-26 16:36 reply to this statement
3 reply: IIS literacy paste  --==[boutique]==--
XP System ASP IIS settings only two local servers ah?"  

1, the settings for iis 5.0 under the XP system.  
2, is it possible to set more than a few servers?  
3, I only set two: 
But then add, three will appear an unsuccessful ask   question?  
4, Host header: is used to map the network server domain name, but also   for the local server, ah?  
5, cannot specify an IP address for the virtual server in IIS? How do you set it up?  
6, IIS5. 0 and IIS6. 0 The difference is that XP is only 5. 0, huh?
IIS teacher Yi   2006-2-26 16:37 reply to this statement  
4 Reply: IIS literacy sticker--==[Boutique]==--
Question 1: To learn ASP, you need to know what IIS is, what is IIS? IIS is the abbreviation for Internet Information Server, which is a Web server that is pushed by Microsoft Corporation. IIS is not a programming language, it is just an "environment", an environment that allows the ASP language to run.
So, how do I install and configure the IIS environment?
If you are using the window2000 server version, it has been brought to IIS without installation. If you are using window98, you need to install PWS and if you are using window2000 or WINDOWXP, install IIS.
The installation program for PWS can be found in the ADD_ON\PWS directory of the Win98 installation disk. Here we focus on IIS installation:
1. Open Control Panel
2. Select "Add/Remove Windows Components" in the control Panel to open the window
3, click "Add/Remove Windows Components" and wait a moment. The Windows Components Wizard window appears. Tick "Select Internet Information Services (IIS)" from the
4, in the Windows Components Wizard, click Next. Start the installation to configure our server IIS.
5, wait for the progress bar to run to the end, finally copy the file is complete, the configuration server will also end accordingly.
Next, we'll learn how to configure IIS
1, first, set up a folder on your computer to store the ASP files. If you create a folder in the E: Disk: myasp
2, then, from the Start menu, Programs-Accessories-open Notepad.
In the inside,:<%=now%>.
3, then save the file to the E:\myasp\ folder and name it time.asp
4, a very simple ASP file is OK, what do we do next? "Debug", of course.
How to debug?
If you are using "Server Edition", set up a "virtual site" to debug, if you use window2000 Pro or XP, please create a "virtual directory" to debug.
So how do you create a virtual directory?
1. From the "Control Panel", open "Administrative Tools", select "Internet Service Manager" from

2. In the popup window, right click "New"-"virtual directory".
3, according to the "Virtual Directory Creation Wizard", fill in "Virtual directory alias" (such as myasp)
4. Enter the directory path where the content is located. Please browse and specify the new folder you just created. (e.g. E:\myasp)
5, in "Access rights", be sure to "read" and "Run Script" check, of course, you can also select "Write" and "browse".
Finally click "Finish".
6. Right-click on the newly created "virtual directory" (myasp) and pop-up menu select "Properties" to open its "properties".
7, select "Configure" on the "Virtual directory Panel" option, open it, select "Application Debugging" this panel, and select "Enable ASP server-side script debugging" this option. This option is selected and there is an error when debugging.
8. Also select "Document" in the "Configuration" panel, delete the original document, add "index.asp" Document and "index.htm" or "index.html" document. Then make sure to exit.
Here, IIS is configured. To view the results, right-click on the "time.asp" file in the "virtual directory" and select Browse. If configured correctly, the current date and time are displayed.
Question 2: You can
Issue 3: Use ports to differentiate.
Question 4: You are right, but there is no actual online space, and now the settings are no big deal.
Issue 5: The system is given directly, does not need to set the
Question 6: only 5. 0
IIS Teacher Yi 2006-2-26 16:37 reply to this statement
5 How to Ann IIS in XP
As you know, Windows XP Home Edition cannot install IIS or PWS. As a general rule, you can only upgrade to XP Professional or use Windows 2000, but with a little bit of leverage, you'll be able to install IIS on Windows XP home.

First, in the Start menu, enter "C:\Windows\inf\sysoc.inf" in the "Run", the system will automatically use Notepad to open sysoc.inf this file. Find the "[Components]" section in Sysoc.inf and continue to find a line similar to "iis=iis.dll,ocentry,iis.inf,hide,7", replacing this line with "Iis=iis2.dll,ocentry, iis2.inf,,7 ". Then save and close.

Insert the Windows Professional CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive and press SHIFT to prevent the CD-ROM from running automatically. Enter "CMD" in the Run and enter, open command-line mode, type the following two commands at the command line, and return at the end of each command line (assuming the optical drive is D-drive):

EXPand D:\i386\iis.dl_ C:\Windows\system32\setup\iis2.dll

EXPand D:\i386\iis.in_ C:\Windows\inf\iis2.inf

At this point, open your Control panel and click on the "Add Remove Programs" icon, then click "Add Remove Windows Components".

Look carefully, the operating system shown in the Start menu is Windows XP Home, but it has been modified to have the option to add IIS.

You can then add IIS as per the methods in Windows XP Professional or Windows 2000, in this case we only installed the WWW service. The system will start copying files, which will take some time. And, for that, keep Windows Professional CD-ROM still in the CD drive.

At the end of the installation, you can open Control Panel → performance and options → administrative tools, and Internet Information Services management is already there.

If you want to verify that IIS is working properly, just open ie, enter "http://localhost" in the Address bar and enter, and if you can see the might interface, then your IIS will all work.

Finally, one thing to note: If you are in the process of installing the system requires you to insert the window Whistler CD or you need to provide exch_adsiisex.dll this file, it is because you follow the default option to install IIS. To solve this problem, simply click "Details" when installing IIS and then cancel the selection of SMTP (i.e. do not install the SMTP server), then the two files will not be required to copy the files.

If you found that the installation project for Internet Information Services (IIS) has been shown after you installed the location in Figure 1, but they simply cannot be selected, it is likely that the Iis.dl_ and iis.in_ you are using are removed from Windows XP Professional. You can continue to install normally if you switch to Windows Professional.

[IIS] IIS Literacy (iii)

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