Covers all release versions of IIS from IIS 10 to IIS 7 for all current Windows Server and Windows operating systems.
Practical and precise, this hands-on IIS guide with ready answers is designed for IT professionals. Inside, you’ll find expert insights, tips, tricks and workarounds that will show you how to make the most of IIS in the shortest amount of time possible. During the course of reading this book, you will master a number of complex topics, techniques, commands and functions.
IIS 10: Web Apps, Security & Maintenance focuses on securing, maintaining and running apps on IIS. Topics discussed include:
Managing ISAPI and CGI application settings
Optimizing ASP and ASP.NET settings
Configuring .NET Framework settings
Creating and using custom applications
Working with application pools
Managing work processes
Maintaining application health and performance
Enhancing server security
Using Group Policy with IIS
Managing feature delegation and remote administration
Using SSL encryption and certificates
Optimizing IIS performance
Backing up and recovering IIS
Using diagnostics tools
Detecting and resolving IIS errors
Resolving SSL issues
Examining logs and performing traces
IIS 10: Web Apps, Security & Maintenance can be used with the companion book, IIS 10: Essentials for Administration. Using the books together, you can answer most of the everyday questions you’ll have with IIS.
About the Authors
William Stanek Sr. was Microsoft Press’s top technical author for nearly 20 years, and is widely recognized as a leading authority in Microsoft technologies. His more than 150 published works have been read by over 10 million people, translated into 34 languages, and are available in more than 70 countries.
An avid outdoorsman, William enjoys hiking, spelunking, and trekking in search of adventure. So if he’s not writing or lecturing, William’s probably out enjoying the great outdoors or at the least, a backyard barbeque.
William Stanek Jr. began his tech career as an intern at Stanek & Associates in 2007 and is currently working as a development and engineering lead for the company. While most high schoolers were out enjoying spring break and summer vacations, Will worked as an assistant on the publishing side of the business, before moving over to the technical side of the business during his college years at University of Washington.
As a technologist, Will provided support, technical review, and made other contributions to a myriad of books written by William R. Stanek Sr. between 2010 and 2015. Since 2015 Will’s direct written contributions to over a dozen books earned him cover credits as a contributor. Will is co-author of Windows PowerShell: Essentials, IIS 10: Essentials and several other forthcoming books.