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IIS 5.0
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Getting Started with IIS 5.0

IIS Product Documentation Available Online
Features of this site include integrated Windows 2000 and IIS glossaries, and the ability to search both documentation sets simultaneously

Internet Information Services 6.0 Overview - Beta 3
This document serves as an overview of the changes and features in IIS 6.0 for Server Beta 3

Installing Internet Information Server
This document is a general guideline on how to optimize an installation of Microsoft Internet Information Server 4.0 (IIS), Windows NT Server's built-in Web server, in a high-volume environment.

Internet Information Services 5.0 Technical Overview
Learn about the new features in IIS, reliability and performance improvements such as Reliable Restart, Application Protection, and support for clustering.

Getting Started with Internet Information Services (IIS)
Online documentation for Internet Information Services. Source:

Getting Ready for IIS 5.0
Understand, plan and deploy your web server migration to IIS 5.0. 

Microsoft©s Web Capacity Analysis Tool
Zubair Ahmad examines Microsoft©s Web Capacity Analysis Tool (WCAT), which lets network administrators and Web masters optimize Internet or intranet servers by revealing how client requests for HTML and other content affect server performance. Source: Windows & .NET Magazine  (Sept 20, 1999)

Microsoft Virtual Conference - Linux to Windows Migration Guide
Learn how to migrate your Linux e-commerce site to a Microsoft Web solution platform. View a demonstration of the IIS Migration Wizard from 3 Leaf Solutions. Hear experts from ActiveState describe how to port Linux scripting languages to Microsoft. Read how to use the tools and utilities in the Microsoft SQL Server product to migrate from MySQL to Microsoft SQL Server 2000.

Hotfix Checking Tool for IIS 5.0
This tool enables IIS 5.0 administrators to to ensure that their servers are up to date on all security patches. The tool can be run continuously or periodically, against the local machine or a remote one, using either a database on the Microsoft web site or a locally-hosted copy. When the tool finds a patch that hasn't been installed, it can display or dialogue or write a warning to the event log.


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