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Delivery Method

  • Classroom

Overview

This 1/2 day workshop provides in-depth knowledge of the overall functionality of Internet Information Services 7.0 in Windows Server 2008.

Delivery Method

Instructor Led

Duration

1/2 day

Schedule

Group Bookings Only - All States and Territories of Australia

Target Audience

IT Professionals currently experienced on the technologies included in Windows Server 2000 and/or Windows Server 2003, and who hold an MCSE or MCSA certification and/or equivalent knowledge.

Pre-requisites

IT Professionals skilled on the technologies included in Windows Server 2000 and Windows Server 2003. Experience managing Internet Information Services 6.0.

Cource Curriculum

Session 1: Internet Information Services 7.0 Overview

After completing this session, students will be able to

  • Identify the benefits of using IIS 7.0 and where to get it.
  • Identify new IIS 7.0 features that improve security.
  • Describe the new componentized architecture of IIS 7.0 and identify its benefits.
  • Identify the new/improved user interfaces in IIS 7.0 to streamline administration.
  • Identify the diagnostic capabilities built-in to IIS 7.0.
  • Explain how to control who makes changes to your web site.
  • Identify application pool changes.
  • Explain how IIS 7.0 better support your web farms.

Hands-On Lab Outline

After completing this session, students will be able to

  • Manage and modify websites and virtual directories in IIS 7.0.
  • Use command-line and administrative tools to perform various tasks on your web server.
  • Create and modify application pools.
  • Create a shared web farm.
  • Monitor your web server through local and remote tools.

Exercise 1: Managing Web Sites in IIS 7

After completing this exercise, students will be able to

  • Stop a Website using Appcmd.
  • Explore the Configuration of an Existing Website.
  • Create a Virtual Directory.
  • Start a Website using Appcmd.
  • Display Website Information with Content View.
  • Create a new Application pool using the Command-line.
  • Change an Application Pool assigned to a website.
  • Start and Stop Application Pools.
  • Recycle Application Pools.
  • View Applications in an Application Pool.
  • View Information about Worker Processes and Application Pool Settings.

Exercise 2: Shared Web Server Configuration

After completing this exercise, students will be able to

  • Back up the current applicationHost.config.
  • Verify backup of ApplicationHost.config File.
  • Restore ApplicationHost.config file.
  • Create a user account for accessing the UNC share.
  • Create the UNC shares for central configuration and content.
  • Give permissions to the configuser Account for the UNC shares that will host the central configuration file and content.
  • Create Logon Batch Configuration for User Accounts.
  • Enable Shared Configuration.
  • Test the Shared Configuration File.

Exercise 3: Managing an IIS 7.0 Web Server

After completing this exercise, students will be able to

  • Configure Management Service Page.
  • Configure Feature Delegation.
  • Enable IIS Users and Create a User.
  • Delegate Control of the Woodgrove Bank Intranet Web Site.

Lunch

Lunch is provided for students for the duration of the course

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