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Today Microsoft released to the Microsoft download site WebDAV modules for Windows Server 2008 / IIS 7.0 in both x86 and x64 versions. These are also available from the www.iis.net website. Robert McMurray has written a page explaining how to configure Read More...
Well, the book is finally a reality. I received my copies today - yay! You can buy a copy from Amazon.com or your favourite bookstore now. Read More...
Note: previous articles Windows Server 2008 and IIS 7.0 introduce some changes to the way that you need to implement Kerberos support. The three major changes that I'm aware of are: Service Principal Names (SPNs) no longer need to be registered under Read More...
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Hi all, There are two security patches out this month for IIS. The first ( MS08-005 ) affects Windows XP x86 (IIS 5.1), Windows XP x64 (IIS 6.0), Windows Server 2003 (IIS 6.0) and Vista RTM (IIS 7.0). Vista SP1 and Windows Server 2008 are not affected. Read More...
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Windows Server 2003 SP1 introduces kernel mode SSL. Windows Server 2008 takes this one step further and introduces kernel mode authentication. This can be utilised by IIS 7.0 applications to improve performance. It also has implications for Kerberos authentication Read More...
In previous versions of IIS, it has sometimes been difficult to isolate web application pools from each other. If multiple web application pools are configured to run as the same identity (e.g. Network Service) then code running inside one web application Read More...
Hi, For all those wondering what options you have post-Application Center 2000 for synchronisation (let alone load balancing etc), the IIS Product Group has released a technical preview of a new tool: msdeploy.exe. This tool can sync or migrate: IIS 7.0 Read More...
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Well it seems that the IIS product is just sneaking in the final bits and pieces missing from IIS 7.0 at this very late stage of the Windows Server 2008 release cycle. Spotted on Robert McMurray's blog is a GoLive Beta release of the IIS 7.0 WebDAV Read More...
I hope everyone had a great Christmas and New Year. Spotted on Mike Volodarsky's blog is an announcement that the Health Model for IIS 7.0 has been published on Microsoft TechNet . This describes the various error conditions that IIS 7.0 (and related Read More...
Wow, what a big set of weeks the past few have been (and I've been too busy doing other things to blog)... First Microsoft has settled with Eolas, allowing Internet Explorer users to move away from having to click on certain embedded controls to activate Read More...
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Having just deployed a test Operations Manager 2007 server at home, I wanted to publish the Web Console site externally, so I wouldn't have to continually TS into my box at home, and use the regular console. My only problem is that I have a single Read More...
Protocol Transition is a new feature in Windows Server 2003. The Kerberos implementation in Windows Active Directory domains provides the robustness of Kerberos whilst also obviating a number of the technical issues with non-Windows Kerberos implementations Read More...
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I was asked recently by a colleague if a website defined in IIS could have multiple SSL certificates installed, so that the website would answer requests for https://www.abc.com as well as https://www.def.com without generating an error in the user's Read More...
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Unfortunately if you have a new Vista PC, and you try to use the web enrollment pages (certsrv) hosted on a Windows Server 2000 Certificate Authority (CA) or a Windows Server 2003 CA, you won't be able to enrol for a certificate (indeed if you're Read More...
One of the big IIS secrets that we've all been keeping under wraps is the new FTP Server that will be available for Longhorn Server. The two features that most interest me are: FTPS (FTP over SSL/TLS) support. Finally a secure publishing solution. Read More...