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    A Server is any combination of hardware or software designed to provide services to clients. When used alone, the term typically refers to a computer which may be running a server operating system, but is also used to refer to any software or dedicated hardware capable of providing services.

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MOC 6427 - Configuring and Troubleshooting Internet Information Services in Windows Server 2008

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Course duration

  • 3 Days

Course Outline

This IIS training class provides students with the knowledge and skills to implement and administer IIS 7.0. The IIS class focuses on the IIS 7.0 architectural features that improve reliability, security, manageability and performance. The course also provides knowledge and skills to successfully install, configure, implement security, monitor, and manage Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0 servers and Web sites.

  • Learn to describe the IIS 7.0 modular architecture and workloads.
  • Learn to configure an IIS 7.0 Web Server.
  • Learn to secure Web sites and Web application pools.
  • Learn to troubleshoot Web servers, sites and applications.
  • Learn to use command line tools and scripting tools.
  • Learn to tune IIS to improve performance.
  • Learn to maintain Web sites.
  • Learn to enable integrated technologies to extend IIS 7.0 functionality.
  • A minimum of 1 year of experience administering and supporting a Web Server role using Windows Server 2003.
  • Network + certification or the equivalent.
  • Windows Server 2008
  1. Configuring an IIS 7.0 Web Server
    1. Introducing Internet Information Services 7.0
    2. Installing the Web Server Role in Windows Server 2008
    3. Configuring Application Development, Health, and HTTP Features
    4. Configuring Performance, Security, and Server Component Features
    5. Lab: Configuring an IIS 7.0 Web Server
    6. Installing IIS using Role Manager
    7. Installing IIS using Unattend Setup
    8. Installing IIS on Server Core from Command Line
    9. Configuring IIS and Validate Functionality
  2. Configuring IIS 7.0 Web Sites and Application Pools
    1. Introducing Web Sites and Application Pools
    2. Creating a Web Site
    3. Creating an Application Pool
    4. Maintaining an Application Pool
    5. Lab: Configuring IIS 7.0 Web Sites and Application Pools
    6. Configuring Authentication Types
    7. Creating a Web Site and Web Application
    8. Creating an Application Pool
    9. Configuring an Existing Application Pool
  3. Configuring IIS 7.0 Application Settings
    1. Configuring Application Settings
    2. Configuring ASP.NET Security
    3. Lab: Configuring IIS 7.0 Application Settings
    4. Configuring ASP.NET
    5. Configuring ASP.NET Application Development Settings
    6. Configuring a Web Server to Host Multiple Web Applications with Separate Application Pools
    7. Configuring ASP.NET Security
  4. Configuring IIS 7.0 Modules
    1. Configuring Native Modules
    2. Configuring Managed Modules
    3. Lab: Configuring IIS 7.0 Modules
    4. Configuring and Editing Native Modules
    5. Configuring and Edit Managed Modules
  5. Securing the IIS 7.0 Web Server and Web Sites
    1. Configuring Secure Web Sites and Servers
    2. Configure Other Aspects of Web Server Security
    3. Configuring Logging for IIS 7.0
    4. Lab: Securing IIS 7.0 Web Server and Web Sites
    5. Configuring a Secure Web Server
    6. Configuring Authorization, Authentication, and Access
    7. Configuring Logging
  6. Configuring Delegation and Remote Administration
    1. Configuring Remote Administration
    2. Configuring Delegated Administration
    3. Configuring Feature Delegation
    4. Lab: Configuring Delegation and Remote Administration
    5. Configuring Remote Administration
    6. Configuring Delegated Administration
    7. Configuring Feature Delegation
  7. Using Command-line and Scripting for IIS 7.0 Administration
    1. Tools for Running Administrative Tasks in IIS
    2. Executing Scripts for Administrative Tasks
    3. Managing IIS Tasks
    4. Lab: Using Command-line and Scripting for IIS 7.0 Administration
    5. Managing IIS Web Sites with PowerShell
    6. Executing a Script using WAP
    7. Automating IIS Administration using Scripts
    8. Navigating IIS tasks using WMI and Appcmd
  8. Tuning IIS 7.0 for Improved Performance
    1. Implementing Best Practices for Improving IIS Performance
    2. Configuring Options to Improve IIS Performance
    3. Managing Application Pools to Improve IIS Performance
    4. Lab: Tuning IIS 7.0 for Performance
    5. Configuring IIS Performance Options
    6. Managing Application Pools to Improve Performance
    7. Deploying Applications
  9. Ensuring Web Site Availability with Web Farms
    1. Backing Up and Restoring Web Sites
    2. Working with Shared Configurations
    3. Configuring Network Load Balancing for IIS
    4. Lab: Ensuring Web Site Availability with Web Farms
    5. Backing Up an IIS Web Site
    6. Restoring an IIS Web site
    7. Enabling Shared Configurations
    8. Configuring Network Load Balancing
  10. Troubleshooting IIS 7.0 Web Servers
    1. Using IIS 7.0 Logging for Troubleshooting
    2. Troubleshooting Authentication
    3. Troubleshooting Authorization
    4. Troubleshooting Communication
    5. Troubleshooting Configuration
    6. Lab: Troubleshooting IIS 7.0 Web Servers
    7. Troubleshooting Authentication
    8. Troubleshooting Authorization Types
    9. Troubleshooting Communication
    10. Troubleshooting Configuration

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