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Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Internet Information Services 5.0 (IIS)
(Microsoft Training Course: 2295) - 3 days - £1700 exc VAT



> Target Audience
The goal of this course is to provide a solution for the customers' need to have trained IT support personnel to implement, support, and maintain Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 5.0. It is intended for IT support professionals who need to implement and support IIS 5.0.
> Course outline
  1. Installing Internet Information Services 5.0
  2. Configuring Web and FTP Sites
  3. Administering Web and FTP Sites
  4. Installing and Configuring Web Applications
  5. Implementing Security on a Web Server
  6. Monitoring and Optimizing a Web Server
  7. Configuring IIS to Provide E-Mail Support
  8. Managing FrontPage-Extended Webs
  9. Implementing IIS 5.0


Module 1: Installing Internet Information Services 5.0
  • Introduction to Internet Information Services 5.0
  • Installing IIS
  • Updating IIS
  • Using Online Documentation
Skills
  • Install IIS 5.0
  • Update an IIS 5.0 installation.
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Module 2: Configuring Web and FTP Sites
  • Configuring Properties
  • Creating Additional Sites
  • Creating Virtual Directories
  • Redirecting Requests
  • Creating Custom Error Messages
Skills
  • Create and configure IIS 5.0 Web and FTP sites.
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Module 3: Administering Web and FTP Sites
  • Managing Content
  • Performing Remote Administration
  • Managing the Metabase
  • Administering Web Sites Using Built-In Scripts
  • Restarting Internet Services
Skills
  • Administer Web and FTP sites
  • Manage Web sites remotely
  • Back up and restoring Web sites
  • Create a Web site using built-in scripts and adding content using WebDAV.
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Module 4: Installing and Configuring Web Applications
  • Introduction to Web applications
  • Creating and Removing Web Applications in IIS
  • Configuring Web Applications
  • Installing ISAPI Filters
Skills
  • Configure IIS to enable Common Gateway Interface (CGI) and Internet Server Application Programming Interface (ISAPI) Web applications
  • Create and configure applications
  • Install and use ISAPI applications and filters.
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Module 5: Implementing Security on a Web Server
  • Configuring Access Permissions for a Web Server
  • Configuring Authentication for a Web Server
  • Using Client Certificates
  • Helping Protect Web Communications Using SSL
  • Using Local Security Policies on a Web Server
  • Configuring Security on an FTP Site
  • Configuring Auditing for IIS
Skills
  • Implement security-enhanced access and communications for a Web site
  • Secure Web resources using permissions and authentication
  • Configure an encrypted connection using SSL.
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Module 6: Monitoring and Optimizing a Web Server
  • Optimizing a Web Server
  • Monitoring and Optimizing Memory Usage
  • Monitoring and Optimizing Processor Activity
  • Monitoring and Optimizing the Available Network Bandwidth
  • Managing Log Files
  • Optimizing a Web Site
Skills
  • Monitor and optimize Web server performance
  • Monitor log files
  • Monitor performance on an IIS server.
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Module 7: Configuring IIS to Provide E-Mail Support
  • Introduction to the SMTP Service
  • Configuring Support for the SMTP Service
  • Helping Control E-Mail Messages
  • Configuring Security for the SMTP Service
  • Managing the SMTP Service
Skills
  • Configure IIS to provide e-mail support.
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Module 8: Managing FrontPage-Extended Webs
  • Introduction to FrontPage 2000 Server Extensions
  • Creating FrontPage-Extended Webs
  • Managing Access to FrontPage-Extended Webs
  • Administering FrontPage-Extended Webs
  • Managing Authoring of FrontPage-Extended Webs
  • Optimizing the Performance of FrontPage-Extended Webs
Skills
  • Create and manage FrontPage-extended webs
  • Create and managing access to a FrontPage-extended web
  • Manage authoring of FrontPage-extended webs.
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Module 9: Implementing IIS 5.0
  • Identifying Potential Risks from the Internet
  • Implementing IIS as an Internet Web Server
  • Implementing IIS as an Intranet Web Server
  • Implementing IIS as an Extranet Web Server
Skills
  • Explain implementation guidelines based on the specific role of the IIS Web server.
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> Pre-Requisites
Before attending this course, students must have the following pre-requisites:
> Purpose
At the end of the course, students will be able to install IIS 5.0; create and configure IIS 5.0 Web and FTP sites; administer a single IIS Web site or multiple IIS Web sites; implement security on an IIS server; configure Web applications; monitor and optimize a Web server; configure IIS to provide e-mail support; configure and manage Microsoft FrontPage-extended webs; explain implementation differences based on the specific role of the IIS Web server.