So far, we've discussed remote management of IIS 8.0 using IIS Manager. Now it's time to look at the granular control available to you for remote administrator access.
IIS 8.0 enables you to control two types of remote access:
Remote access through IIS Manager and web.config can be micromanaged to the finest detail by allowing every setting to be set on a per-site or per-application basis. Management access can be granted for whole sections, elements, collections, attributes, and even individual items within a collection. Additionally, access can be set so that “everything is granted except” or “only grant specific settings.” If planned correctly, even the most complex lockdown requirement can be accommodated in IIS 8.0.
Delegation at this level can get confusing because ...