Internet Information Server

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Prima Pub., 1996 - Computers - 478 pages
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Author Allen Wyatt has been working with the Internet Information Server software since the first beta, and he teachers readers how to manage all server functions, including user authorization, transaction logging and process configuration. Users will be able to interact with their customers by publishing rich hypermedia documents on the World Wide Web.

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Contents

Creating Your Site 1 Your Hardware
9
Your Software
25
Your Internet Connection
52
Copyright

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Ajax alternate data streams applet ARPANET browser button CD-ROM chapter check box Click OK click the OK client command line command prompt common log format Computing Inc configuration connection Control Panel Control Panel window create Cyrix database DEC Alpha decompress default dial-up Discovery Computing display distribution writing DNS server DO-SERVER document domain name domain naming system Double-click drive DWORD e-mail Event Viewer File Manager file name follow these steps FTP client FTP server FTP site Gopher server Gopher site Gopherspace hard drive hardware header file home directory HTML HTTP icon IDC file IIS Web server INPUT install Intel Internet Explorer Internet Information Server Internet provider Internet Service Manager Internet service provider intranet IP address ISAPI ISDN isn't it's keygen local area network log file Manager window menu Microsoft Access Microsoft Internet Information Microsoft SQL Server MS-DOS network card Nono NTFS ODBC open database connectivity operating system option password Pentium Pentium Pro Performance Monitor program group Properties dialog box radio button Registry Editor root directory router script Secure Sockets Layer service pack Service Properties dialog Setup shareware shown in Figure specify superscalar SVGA tag file TCP/IP Telnet temporary directory top-level domain U.S. Civil War UNIX update VeriSign video card virtual directory virtual servers Web browser Web site WINAPI Windows 95 Windows NT 3.51 Windows NT Server workstation World Wide Web you're

About the author (1996)

Allen Wyatt, an internationally recognized expert in small computer systems, is president of Discovery Computing, Inc., a computer and publishing services company located in Mesa, Arizona. He has worked in the computer and publishing industries for almost two decades, writing more than 50 books and numerous magazine articles. Allen's popular lectures and seminars have reached audiences throughout the United States, as well as throughout Mexico and Costa Rica.
Besides writing books and technical materials, Allen helps further the computer book industry by providing consulting, production, and project management services. He publishes two free weekly newsletters, WordTips and ExcelTips (www.VitalNews.com).
Allen can be reached by e-mail at awyatt@dcomp.com.

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