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Web Services – Part One

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Objectives • Create and configure Web applications utilizing application pools on IIS 7 • Manage IIS Web sites including publishing, configuring virtual directories, and migrating sites and Web applications • Create and configure FTP 6 sites • Create and configure FTP 7 sites • Create and configure SMTP virtual servers

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Configuring Web Applications • Internet Information Services (IIS) – Server role available in all versions of Server 2008 – Modular architecture • Install only desired components

• Web application – Not the same thing as a Web site – Application runs within the context of a site – Site can have different areas with no user interaction with a Web application – Single site can have multiple Web applications MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Directory-Dependent Applications • Accessed by directly referring to the directory where it resides • Example: http://www.yourcompany.com/login – Application residing in the login directory presents user with a form to enter their login information – The login directory might be the only area within the Web site that runs the login application

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URL-Specified Applications • URL-specified configuration – Determines appropriate application to execute by looking at parameters passed in the URL

• Example: http://www.yourcompany.com?uid=0 – Application looks at the uid (User ID) • Sees that it is zero and directs user to login page • If uid was not zero, user may have been redirected to home or welcome page

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.ASP (Classic ASP) vs. .ASPX (ASP.NET) • Active Server Pages – One of the most common types of Web applications – Two types: Classic ASP and ASP.NET

• Classic ASP files – Have an extension of .ASP

• ASP.NET files – Have an extension of .ASPX – Have additional functionality

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Classic ASP vs. ASP.NET (cont’d.) • Role services available within the Application Server role – – – – – –

.NET Framework 3.5.1 Web Server (IIS) support Com+ network access TCP port sharing Windows Process Activation Service Support (WAS) Distributed transactions

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Activity 6-1: Create a Web Application • Create the following directory on the server’s C drive: C:\websites\example • Click Start, point to Administrative Tools, click Internet Information Services Manager – Expand the server node in the Connections pane – Expand Sites – Select Default Web Site in the Connections pane

• Right-click the Default Web Site and click Add Application MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Activity 6-1: Create a Web Application (cont’d.) • Type example in the Alias text box – Application would be accessed by users via http://yourdomain.com/example

• Type c:\websites\example in the Physical path text box • Click Connect as to open the Connect As dialog box • Click on the option button next to Application user (pass-through authentication) – Click OK MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Figure 6-1 Add Application dialog box ŠCengage Learning 2012

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Figure 6-2 Connect As dialog box ŠCengage Learning 2012

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Activity 6-1: Create a Web Application (cont’d.) • Click the Test settings button in the Add Application dialog box to open the Test Connection dialog box – Authentication test should have a green check box next to it – Authorization will probably have a yellow triangle with an exclamation mark

• Click Close, click OK to close the Add Application dialog box

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Figure 6-3 Test Connection dialog box ŠCengage Learning 2012 MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Application Pools • Isolate Web sites from Web applications • Each Application Pool contains its own worker processes – Prevents problems with one site or application from creating problems for other sites

• Recycling – Allows you to restart an Application Pool gracefully – Done if defects cause an application to use large amounts of resources – Settings can be either Fixed Interval or Memory Based Maximums MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Activity 6-2: Create an Application Pool • Open IIS Manager • Right-click the Application Pools node in the Connections Pane and choose Add Application Pool • Type Example2 in the Name text box • Select .NET Framework v2.0.50727 in the .NET Framework version drop-down list (or choose the highest version available) • Select Integrated in the Managed pipeline mode: drop-down list MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Activity 6-2: Create an Application Pool (cont’d.) • Click the check box next to Start application pool immediately if it is not already checked – Click OK

• Select the Example2 application pool on the Application Pool screen • Click Recycling under Edit Application Pool in the Actions pane • Check the boxes next to Regular time intervals and Fixed number of requests – Type 1740 and 15000 in corresponding text boxes MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Figure 6-4 Application Pools ŠCengage Learning 2012

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Figure 6-5 Edit Application Pool Recycling Settings ŠCengage Learning 2012 MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Activity 6-2: Create an Application Pool (cont’d.) • Click the check box next to Virtual memory usage – Enter 40000 in the corresponding text box – Click Next

• Ensure Regular time intervals and Virtual memory usage check boxes are selected – Click Finish

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Figure 6-6 Edit Application Pool Recycling event logging ŠCengage Learning 2012 MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Managing Web Sites • Properly configured and managed Web site infrastructure – Essential component of an effective Web site

• Publishing IIS Web Sites – Creating appropriate folders on the server – Moving content into folders – Actual publishing done through IIS Manager

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Publishing IIS Web Sites • General steps to publish a Web site – – – –

Open IIS Manager Right-click Sites node in Connections pane Choose Add Web Site Enter the site name, physical path, and binding information – Click OK

• Bindings refer to the IP address and port a Web site communicates over – Binding information must be unique on the server MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Figure 6-7 Add Web Site dialog box ŠCengage Learning 2012 MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Configuring Virtual Directories • Virtual directories – Allow a Web site or Web application to access content outside of default file structure

• Steps to create a virtual directory – Open IIS manager – Right-click site or application to add to the virtual directory – Choose Add Virtual Directory – Type name beneath Alias and type or select the file path in the text box beneath Physical path MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Figure 6-8 Add Virtual Directory dialog box ŠCengage Learning 2012 MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Migrating Sites and Web Applications • Migrating a Web site – Copying folders from old server to new – Recreating any additional sites, Web applications, and virtual directories – Any changes from default server settings will need to be moved – Adjust server-level configuration settings as needed

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Configuring an FTP Server • File Transfer Protocol (FTP) – Simple protocol designed specifically to transfer files – Allows authorized users to upload or download content from remote server – User does not have access to command line of system they are connecting to – Permissions can be limited to a small set of directories where files can be copied to or from

• FTP 6 – Role Service for the FTP Server under IIS 7 – Included in Server 2008 MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Configuring an FTP Server (cont’d.) • FTP 7.5 – Enhanced version included in Server 2008 R2 – Improved security and administration features

• Limitations in FTP 6 – Must create a local Windows user or Domain user to allow people to log into specific FTP accounts – For multiple FTP sites on a single server, each must have unique combination of IP address and port number

• FTP User Isolation used to configure which directories a user can access MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Activity 6-3: Add FTP 6 Role Service (Server 2008 only) • Open Server Manager • Right-click Web Server (IIS) Role and choose Add Role Services • Check the boxes for FTP Server, FTP Service, and FTP Management Console • Click Next to add the Role Service

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Activity 6-4: Create a New FTP 6 Site • Open IIS 6.0 Manager • Click Default FTP Site, and click small square icon on bar underneath menu options to stop the default FTP site • Right-click the FTP Sites node, choose New, then FTP Site • Click Next • In the text box underneath Description, type test – Click Next MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Figure 6-9 Stopping the default FTP site ŠCengage Learning 2012

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Activity 6-4: Create a New FTP 6 Site • Select All Unassigned from the Enter the IP address to use for this FTP site: drop down • Type 21 in the text box to assign the port number • Click the option button next to Do not isolate users – Click Next

• Type C:\inetpub\ftproot\test, and click Next • Click the check box next to Read, and click Next • Click Finish

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Configuring Your FTP Site Using IIS Manager • From IIS Manager, can start or stop an FTP site – Or adjust the site configuration

• To adjust site configuration: – Right-click the site in the left panel and choose Properties

• FTP Site tab in the Properties dialog box – FTP site authentication section – FTP site connection section – Logging section MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Figure 6-10 FTP site Properties dialog box ŠCengage Learning 2012 MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Configuring Your FTP Site Using IIS Manager (cont’d.) • Security Accounts tab – Choose whether to allow anonymous connections

• Messages tab – Specify messages that will be sent to client during their session – Examples: Welcome message, Exit message

• Home Directory tab – Adjust the home directory location

• Directory Security tab – Grant or deny access to different computers based on IP address

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FTP 7 • Latest FTP Server for Windows Server 2008 • Included in Server 2008 R2 – Also available as a download

• Install FTP 7 in same manner as FTP 6 – IF FTP 6 is installed, must uninstall it first

• Steps to uninstall FTP 6 – Open the Server Manager – Right-click Web Server, choose remove Role Services – Uncheck the FTP Publishing Service option MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Activity 6-5: Add FTP 7 Role Service • Open Server Manager • Right-click Web Server (IIS) Role, choose Add Role Services • Check the boxes for FTP Server, FTP Service, and FTP Extensibility • Click Next to add the role service

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Figure 6-11 Add Role Services ŠCengage Learning 2012 MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Table 6-1 Major feature differences between FTP 6 and FTP 7

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Activity 6-6: Create a New FTP 7 Site • Create a folder named test2 in the C:\inetpub\ftproot folder • Open IIS Manager, right-click the server node, and then click Add FTP Site • Right-click the FTP Sites node, choose New, then FTP Site • Click Next • In the text box underneath Description: type test

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Activity 6-6: Create a New FTP 7 Site (cont’d.) • Type test2 in the FTP site name text box • In the Physical path text box, type C:\inetpub\ftproot\test2 and then click Next • Ensure that (All Unassigned) is displayed in the IP Address: drop-down field • Type 21 in the Port text box • Click the Enable Virtual Host Names check box to select it – Type ftp.mydomain.com in the Virtual Host text box MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Activity 6-6: Create a New FTP 7 Site (cont’d.) • Check the box next to Start FTP site automatically • Click the Allow SSL option button • Select Not Selected in the drop-SSL Certificate drop-down list, and click Next • Click the Anonymous check box • Ensure Basic check box is not checked • Select Anonymous users in the Allow access to drop-down list • Click Read and ensure Write is not checked • Click Finish MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Managing FTP 7 Virtual Directories • Folder creation options – Create folders under the physical root – Create virtual directories outside the main folder structure that appear to users as subfolders

• Creating a virtual directory – – – –

Right-click the site node in the Connections pane Choose Add Virtual directory Enter an alias for the folder and its physical path Click OK

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FTP 7 Advanced Settings

Figure 6-12 FTP Advanced Settings ŠCengage Learning 2012

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Adding FTP Publishing to a Web Site • New feature in FTP 7.5.5 – Ability to add FTP publishing to an existing Web site

• FTP service can be managed and restarted independently of the Web site – Remote administrator can upload content to the Web site without creating an independent FTP site or configuring virtual directories

• Steps to add FTP publishing to a Web site – Right-click an existing web site and choose Add FTP Publishing MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Adding FTP Publishing to a Web Site (cont’d.) • Steps to add FTP publishing to a Web site (cont’d.) – – – – –

Assign an IP address and port Enable Virtual Host Names and enter a name Make basic SSL choices Click Next Choose Authentication types and authorization settings – Click Finish

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Authentication Options • Authentication settings can be adjusted beyond options given in the wizard – Choose site and double-click FTP Authentication

• Anonymous authentication – Allows all users to access the FTP site

• Basic authentication – Allows restricting access to local or domain users

• IIS Manager authorization • ASP.NET authorization MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Authorization Rules • Specify users’ read and write permissions • Choose a site in the Connections pane • Double-click FTP Authorization Rules in Features View • Edit an existing rule or add a new Allow or Deny rule – Click appropriate link in the Actions pane

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FTP User Isolation • Allows you to provide individual directories to the users and prevent other users from accessing content • Options for not isolating users – FTP root directory – User name directory

• Options for isolating users – User name directory – User name physical directory – FTP home directory configured in Active Directory MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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FTP SSL Settings • FTP can be a security risk • SSL encryption can be used to increase security • New features in FTP 7.5 – Ability to use FTPS – Encrypting login to the server – File transfer using the SSL protocol and a certificate

• To configure SSL: – Choose SSL-enabled site from the Connections pane and double-click FTP SSL Settings icon – Choose certificate and SSL policy settings MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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FTP Firewall Support • For FTP to function through a firewall: – Various ports need to be opened

• Active FTP connections – Can work through the firewall for non SSL connections – May not work for FTPS when using NAT

• Passive data connections – Will work through FTPS through a NAT device – Must specify port range and control channel MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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FTP IPv4 Address and Domain Restrictions • Setting address or domain restrictions – Choose site in Connections pane and double-click FTP IPv4 Address and Domain Restrictions – Choose Add Allow Entry or Add Deny Entry, and type in IP addresses to restrict or allow

• Enabling domain name restrictions – Choose Edit Feature Settings, select check box next to Enable domain name restrictions, and click OK, and Yes – Click either Add Allow Entry or Add Deny Entry • Domain entry will now be an option MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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FTP Current Sessions • Viewing status of currently running sessions – Click site node in the Connections pane – Double-click FTP Current Sessions from Features View

• FTP Messages – – – –

Banner message Welcome message Exit message Maximum Connections message

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Figure 6-13 FTP Messages screen ŠCengage Learning 2012

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FTP Logging • Logging usage of FTP – Important part of managing an FTP server

• To configure logging: – Click server node in Connections pane – Double-click FTP Logging – Drop-down gives choice of one log file per site or server

• Log File section – Allows customizing which fields will be logged – Select location of log file and encoding MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Figure 6-14 Information To Log dialog ŠCengage Learning 2012

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FTP Directory Browsing • Feature available at both server and site level • Hierarchical • Directory Listing style – MS-DOS or UNIX style

• Directory Listing options – Virtual directories – Available bytes – Four-digit years

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Configuring an SMTP Server • Simple Mail Transport Protocol (SMTP) – Used to send e-mail – Defines format and information included with text of message

• Windows Server 2008 contains SMTP feature that allows you to send e-mail from Web applications – Can secure using various combinations of authentication – Can specify address restrictions to prevent unauthorized use MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Activity 6-7: Install SMTP Server • Open Server Manager, right click the Features node, choose Add Features • Check the box next to SMTP Server – – – –

Click button that says Add Required Role Services Click Next Click Next Click Next to continue to confirmation dialog

• Click Install, and then Close once Installation Results screen appears MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Figure 6-15 Select Role Services dialog ŠCengage Learning 2012 MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Figure 6-16 Confirm Installation Selections ŠCengage Learning 2012 MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Configure SMTP Server • When SMTP Server is installed: – Default virtual server is created

• Can configure it for your purposes – Or create specialized SMTP virtual servers

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Activity 6-8: Create an SMTP Virtual Server • Open IIS 6.0 Manager from the Administrative Tools program group • In left navigation pane, right-click the server node, point to New, and click SMTP Virtual Server • Type WebResponse in the Name text box, click Next • Select [All Unassigned] in the drop-down list, click Next • Click Yes to proceed past the warning message MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Figure 6-17 SMTP Configuration warning screen ŠCengage Learning 2012

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Activity 6-8: Create an SMTP Virtual Server (cont’d.) • Type C:\INETPUB\Mailroot in the Home directory text box, click Next • Type test.yourdomain.com in the Domain text box • Click Finish

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Activity 6-8: Create an SMTP Virtual Server (cont’d.) • Note: – Manage SMTP virtual Server through IIS 6.0 Manager • To access configuration options, right-click SMTP Virtual Server, click Properties

– Properties tabs: General, Access, Messages, Delivery, LDAP Routing, Security

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Figure 6-18 General tab ŠCengage Learning 2012

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Figure 6-19 Access tab ŠCengage Learning 2012

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Figure 6-20 Connection dialog box ŠCengage Learning 2012 MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Figure 6-21 Relay restrictions screen ŠCengage Learning 2012 MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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Figure 6-22 Delivery tab ŠCengage Learning 2012

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Figure 6-23 Outbound security screen ŠCengage Learning 2012

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Figure 6-24 Outbound Connections screen ŠCengage Learning 2012

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Monitoring Performance • Three main ways to monitor performance of SMTP Virtual Server – Open IIS 6.0 Manager and choose Current Sessions object – Open Windows Performance Monitor and select SMTP Server – Periodically review messages in server root directory folders • Examples: Badmail, Drop, Pickup, Queue

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Configuring SMTP for ASP.NET • To access settings that ASP.NET applications use for sending-mail – Choose server node in Connections panel – Double-click SMTP E-mail icon in Features view

• Settings do not change the configuration of the SMTP server – They specify the connection settings the Web applications will use

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Figure 6-25 SMTP for ASP.NET ŠCengage Learning 2012

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Summary • Web applications can be accessed based on the directories they are placed in or through the URL • Application Pools separate the worker processes of Web applications so they do not affect each other • Virtual directories allow a Web site or Web application to access content outside the default file structure • FTP provides a simple method for copying content to Web sites without direct access to the server

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Summary (cont’d.) • FTP6 requires all authenticated users (except Anonymous) to be either Windows or domain users on the server • FTP 7 can use the IIS Manager list to authenticate a user • SMTP virtual servers allow Web applications to send e-mail – Various settings are available in the Messages and Delivery tabs

• ASP.NET applications can access e-mail settings MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration (Exam # 70-643)

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