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Platinum Edition Using® Microsoft® Windows® XP by Brian Knittel, Robert Cowart

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IIS

Microsoft's Internet Information Services (IIS) is one of the most popular Web servers on the Internet today. Market share surveys, for example www.netcraft.com/survey, indicate that IIS is behind roughly 30% of all Web sites on the Internet, and is second in popularity only to the Apache Web server, which runs on Linux, Windows, and several versions of Unix. IIS is actually more than just a Web server, however. Included in the package is an FTP server, an SMTP mail transport server, and other features that assist in the support and development of Web sites rich in content and presentation. IIS is also closely integrated into the Windows operating system. This enables IIS to make use of services offered by Windows, such as the security features ...

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