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Microsoft® Windows Server 2003: Administrator’s Companion by Jason Gerend, Sharon Crawford, Charlie Russel

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Creating and Serving Your Site

Here, you learn about the steps you need to take to create your Web site and serve it to clients using IIS. You begin by examining the Default Web Site that is included as an example when you install Windows Server 2003 on a machine. Then you look at common tasks such as creating new Web sites and virtual directories. You also explore how to use Web sharing.

The Default Web Site

In Figure 30-1 you saw an administrator’s view of the Default Web Site—a series of sample configuration files whose default location on the server’s local file system is C:\Inetpub\wwwroot, the root directory for your Web site. The \Inetpub directory actually contains several important subdirectories, which are summarized in Table 30-1 ...

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