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Audit entries are contained in the security descriptor of files and folders on NTFS volumes. They are configured using Windows Explorer, from the properties of a file or folder, using the Advanced Security Settings dialog box. Audit entries alone do not generate audit logs. You must also enable the Audit Object Access policy from Local Security Policy, the Domain Controller Security Policy, or a GPO. The Security log, viewable with the Event Viewer snap-in, allows you to locate and examine object access events.
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Lesson 4
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Administering Internet Information Services
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Lesson 4: Administering Internet Information Services
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Lesson 1 discussed the issues related to sharing a folder so that users, with the Client For Microsoft Networks, can access resources on a server running the File And Print Sharing For Microsoft Networks service. That is, however, only one means by which users can access the files and folders they require. It is also possible to enable access through Internet technologies such as FTP and Web (HTTP) services. As more applications and collaboration activities become focused on the Web for delivery, it becomes increasingly important to be able to maintain and secure a Web server. Windows Server 2003 delivers a significantly improved Internet Information Services (IIS). In this lesson, you will learn how to configure and manage IIS. You will discover how to configure Web and FTP sites, virtual directories, and IIS security.
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For more information about IIS, see the Microsoft IIS 6.0 Administrator s Pocket Consultant (Microsoft Press, 2003).
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After this lesson, you will be able to
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Install IIS Set up a Web and FTP site Configure a Web default content page Create a Web virtual directory Modify IIS authentication and security settings Back up the IIS metabase
Estimated lesson time: 20 minutes
Installing IIS 6.0
To decrease the attack surface of a Windows Server 2003 system, IIS is not installed by default. It must be added using the Add/Remove Windows Components Wizard from Add Or Remove Programs, located in Control Panel. Select Application Server, click Details, and then select Internet Information Services (IIS). You can control the subcomponents of IIS that are installed, but unless you are very familiar with the role of subcomponents, do not remove any default components. However, you might want to add components such as ASP.NET, FTP, or Microsoft FrontPage Server Extensions.
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Files and Folders
Administering the Web Environment
When IIS is installed, a default Web site is created, allowing you to implement a Web environment quickly and easily. However, you can modify that Web environment to meet your needs. Windows Server 2003 provides the tools necessary to administer IIS and its sites. After installation has completed, you may open the Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager console from the Administrative Tools group. By default, IIS is configured to serve only static content. To enable dynamic content, select the Web Service Extensions node. As shown in Figure 6-16, all the extensions are prohibited by default. Select the appropriate extension, and then click Allow.
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The Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager snap-in
The fundamental processes that take place as a client accesses a resource from IIS are
The client enters a URL (Universal Resource Locator) in either of the following forms:
http://dns.domain.name/virtualdirectory/page.htm ftp://dns.domain.name/virtualdirectory
Domain Name System (DNS) resolves the name to an IP address and returns the address to the client. The client connects to the server s IP address, using a port that is specific to the service (typically, port 80 for HTTP and port 21 for FTP). The URL does not represent the physical path to the resource on the server, but a virtualization of the path. The server translates the incoming request into the physical path and produces appropriate resources to the client. For example, the server
Lesson 4
Administering Internet Information Services
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might list files in the folder to an FTP client or might deliver the home page to an HTTP client.
The process can be secured with authentication (credentials, including a user name and password) and authorization (access control through permissions).
You can see this process in action by opening a browser and typing http://server01. The server produces the Under Construction page to the client browser.
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