IIS

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IIS
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  1. IIS versions that are tied to Windows versions
    • NT Server 1 - 4: IIS 1.0 - 4.0
    • Server 2000:         IIS 5.0
    • Server 2003:         IIS 6.0                <- Will be working with this and later versions
    • Server 2008:         IIS 7.0                <-SMTP still uses IIS 6.0 MSC
    • Server 2008 R2: IIS 7.5                <-SMTP still uses IIS 6.0 MSC
    • Server 2012:         IIS 8.0                <-SMTP still uses IIS 6.0 MSC
    • Server 2012 R2: IIS 8.5                <-SMTP still uses IIS 6.0 MSC
  2. 4 Protocols used by IIS
    • FTP
    • HTTP
    • HTTPS
    • SMTP
  3. 2 IIS tools
    iisapp- command line tool that shows all worker processes and their PIDs

    appcmd- command line tool that lets your manipulate IIS
  4. 4 web site bindings
    • - protocol
    • - port
    • - host
    • - ip address
  5. IIS configuration file
    • applicationhost.config
    • - keeps 7 copies of this file with past changes for redundancy
    • - Saved as a file rather then in the registry for scalability
  6. Website Configuration File
    • web.config
    • is kept separate from the applicationhost.config for scability
  7. extensions
    are different components that interact with the IIS engine and allow for different types for code to be ran
  8. 4 steps to "Application Pool Recycling"
    • 1. Creates a new worker process
    • 2. Routes all new incoming connection to the new worker process
    • 3. Allows all current processes to bleed off
    • 4. When all old connections are bled off, kill the old worker process
  9. What is the default application pool recycling interval
    29 hours
  10. iisreset
    Kills and restarts ALL worker processes
  11. 4 types of IIS authentication.
    • Anonymous - No Cradentials
    • Basic - Username/passord is required, but is set in pain text
    • Windows- MS windows credentials are required, and sent over a 64-base encoding
    • SSL- Certificate used to form public/provate key pair
  12. FTP user isolation
    FTP site that redirects users to individual directories instead of the common FTP root
  13. Database connection strings
    Pointers set in place so that your application code can connect to a database server

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