Internet Information Server
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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Creating Your Site 1 Your Hardware
Your Internet Connection
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