Server 2008 R2. Web Services using Internet Information Services Chapter 16. Web Services. What is a website? What is Microsoft’s Web server application called? By default, what port does Internet Explorer access when browsing to a website? What Web protocol supports encryption?.
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Server 2008 R2 Web Services using Internet Information Services Chapter 16
Web Services • What is a website? • What is Microsoft’s Web server application called? • By default, what port does Internet Explorer access when browsing to a website? • What Web protocol supports encryption?
Web Services • Market Share for Public Websites* *(www.netcraft.com)
Internet Information Services • A simpler, but extensible product: • Stripped down to be nothing more than a sophisticated web server engine • The functionality lies with the prepackaged features called modules • Integration of APS.NET and IIS • Distributed configuration model • Configurable with XML and text editor. • New management tools • GUI facelift • cmdlets
Internet Information Services • Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.5 • Installed as a role in Windows Server 2008 R2 • Windows Server 2008—IIS 7.0 • Windows Server 2008 R2—IIS 7.5 • Host site for 1 to many domains • Host Header Records—www.contoso.com, www.adatum.com • Multiple IP addresses • Unique port numbers • IIS dynamic content support has greatly improved since Windows Server 2008. • IIS is a dependency service for several other Windows services since Windows Server 2008.
Internet Information Services • IIS Installation • Add the role Web Server (IIS)
Internet Information Services • Launch IIS using IIS Manager • Start->All Programs->Administrative Tools-IIS Manager
Internet Information Services • Installation Notes • Default content directory is: • %system driver%\inetpub\wwwroot • C:\inetpub\wwwroot
Internet Information Services • Advanced Settings and Bindings screens
Internet Information Services • Multiple sites using host records • Requirements (DNS) • Domain Name Server (DNS) • New Primary Zone for domain • Mycompany.com • Host record for web server • Alias for domain name (www) • Point your preferred DNS to YOUR DNS server
Internet Information Services • Right click on zoneNew Alias (CNAME) • Alias
Internet Information Services • Requirements (IIS) • Create website • Set bindings for domain name
Internet Information Services • Create content folder and default documents
Internet Information Services • Verify sites • Advanced Settings
Internet Information Services • Browse to your site
Internet Information Services • Self Signed Certificate
Internet Information Services • Create a Self Signed Certificate
Internet Information Services • Bind site to 443 • Assign certificate