Using Microsoft Internet Information Server 4

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Que, 1997 - Computers - 850 pages
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COPY: Que's Special Edition Using Microsoft Internet Information Server 4 explores the newest enhancements in IIS 4, providing the tools and knowledge you need to master sophisticated programming tasks. Written by a team of expert authors, this comprehensive book provides up-to-date coverage of IIS. Learn how the NetShow and News servers are being used individually and as an entir unit. Plus, discover the newest information about ActiveX components, Server-Side Java, Data Drive web sites, Index Server, and Personalization Server. Expert advice and thorough coverage make this book the complete guide to managing and maintaining the entire family of IIS products. Master the new version of IIS with Special Edition Using Microsoft Internet Information Server 4 from Que! BULLETS: { Harness the power of Active Server Pages { Manage, troubleshoot, and optimize your web server { Utilize the advanced functionality of ISAPI { Master advanced security concepts { Integrate SQL Server and implement dynamic database applications { Learn how to use NetShow 2.0 { Master key enhancements in administration, ISP hosting, and application-serving { Optimize the new Microsoft Management Console (MMC) { Understand the keys to effective browser-based administration { Exploit support for thread management, connection pooling, and other sophisticated programming tasks { Includes detailed coverage of virtual servers, mail, news, client upload, HTTP 1.1, ADO, ADC, IDC site server, and much moreExplores the two major changes to Microsoft Internet Information ServerShows how to create powerful and flexible data-driven pages using Active Server Pages and ActiveX Data ObjectsDiscusses ways to implement thenewest technologies

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Developing Web Sites with IIS and Microsoft Technologies

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