November 2005 Blog Posts
Chris Adams - IIS Program Manager has told me he is going to maintain his blog daily - with his view inside of Microsoft in the IIS team he knows a lot of information that we can all find very useful.
He already has some good blog entries on:
Host Headers and SSL
Installing IIS to a non system partition
Log Parser Scripts
Logging Time Taken to determine slow pages.
When you use the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) to administer a web site that is configured to use Host Headers on a computer that is running Windows XP SP2 or Windows 2003 Server SP1, you may receive an authentication dialog that will not accept any credentials that you enter.
This can be seen by right clicking a web site and try to configure the Front Page Server Extensions which will open.
This can be cuased by Windows XP SP2 and Windows Server 2003 SP1 which include a loopback check security feature that is designed to help prevent reflection attacks on your...
Brett Hill, IIS Technical Evangelist for Microsoft kicks off a new Podcast series dedicated exclusively to IIS.
In the first in the series Brett review’s IIS 6 security and discusses IIS 7 features including why developers should be looking now at IIS 7 capabilities. http://channel9.msdn.com/Showpost.aspx?postid=124807
In the second in the series Brett interviews rock star developer Rick Strahl from Westwind Technologies on his recent experience with IIS 7. Rick discusses how he much prefers working in managed code and the new world of IIS 7 modules.http://channel9.msdn.com/Showpost.aspx?postid=128639
Every two weeks, expect a new podcast featuring members of the IIS 7 product team and...
The Microsoft IIS Webcast Team is extremely excited by this upcoming week where we have 6 upcoming webcasts. We currently have a very real-world series entitled: "A look inside Microsoft.com Operations." These include some very cool topics listed below -
An Insiders Look At Microsoft.comAn IIS Webcast SeriesThe Internet is the most volatile network in the world. It is constantly challenged by "hackers" who are content with causing chaos for Web Administrators and Developers. The busiest web site in the world, www.microsoft.com, is managed by a group of people who know what the term "in the trenches" means. If you are...