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Microsoft® Windows® 2000 and IIS 5.0 Administrator's Pocket Consultant
Author William R. Stanek
Pages 396
Disk N/A
Level All Levels
Published 04/04/2001
ISBN 9780735610248
ISBN-10 0-7356-1024-X
Price(USD) $29.99
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Chapter 3: Configuring Web Sites and Servers



Chapter 3 Configuring Web Sites and Servers

In this chapter, you’ll learn to configure World Wide Web sites and servers. Tasks for configuring Web sites and servers are broken down into several categories. You’ll find sections on Web site naming and identification, managing master Web service properties, creating Web sites, and more.

Web site properties are a key part of Web site management and configuration. Web site properties identify the site, set its configuration values, and determine where and how documents are accessed. Web site properties can be set at several levels:

  • As global defaults
  • As site defaults
  • As directory defaults

Global defaults are set through the master Web server properties and can be inherited by all Web sites created on the server. Individual defaults are set through the Web Site Properties dialog box and apply only to the selected Web site. Directory defaults are set through the Directory Properties dialog box and apply only to the selected directory.


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Last Updated: Friday, July 6, 2001