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The Directory Security tab of the Web Sites Properties dialog box, shown in Figure 9-9, only includes one section that is usable with Windows XP Professional (as a global setting, that is), the Anonymous Access And Authentication Control settings.
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Figure 9-9. Manage directory security from this tab.
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To enable and configure anonymous access to your Web site, click the Edit button, which opens the Authentication Methods dialog box shown in Figure 9-10. If the Anonymous Access section check box is selected (as it is by default), these options allow the configuration of an account to use for anonymous user access. The Authenticated Access section contains two options for users of Windows XP Professional: Basic Authentication and Integrated Windows Authentication. The default setting is Integrated Windows Authentication, and this setting should be left as is unless compatibility issues require selecting Basic Authentication. When Basic authentication is used,
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Figure 9-10. dialog box.
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Manage the way users are authenticated with the Authentication Methods
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any authentication information (user names and passwords) are sent as clear text. An unscrupulous person could use a tool such as a packet sniffer to obtain unprotected user names and passwords that are passed using the Basic authentication method. Integrated Windows authentication does not pass unencrypted user names or passwords over the network, but it requires all clients to use Microsoft Internet Explorer to access your Web site. This effectively limits this method to an intranet on which all the clients use Internet Explorer for access.
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For more information on IIS security options, see Securing IIS, page 577.
HTTP Headers
The HTTP Headers tab, shown in Figure 9-11 on the next page, presents four sections of configurable options: Enable Content Expiration, Custom HTTP Headers, Content Rating, and MIME Map, all of which control the contents of the headers of the HTML pages sent to clients browsing your Web site. The Enable Content Expiration section is used to keep time-sensitive information current for clients using that information. After selecting Enable Content Expiration, select Expire Immediately, Expire After (and a time interval), or Expire On (and a date and time). These options can ensure that content relating to onetime events, for example, will expire after the date they relate to passes. If the client requests a page and the expiration time has passed, the cached page is not served, but rather the server is requested for an (ostensibly) updated page.
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Figure 9-11. Content expiration, custom HTTP headers, content ratings, and MIME types are all configured on the HTTP Headers tab.
The Custom HTTP Headers section adds considerable flexibility. This option is used to send a custom HTTP header from the IIS Web server in the page requested by the client. A custom header is used to send custom formatting and/or operational instructions that are not supported in the HTTP specification. Because the HTTP standards are not static, it was necessary to develop a method for implementing new features that would arise between releases of IIS as well as maintain the ability to develop new headers for use with custom applications. To create a new HTTP header, click the Add button, and enter the name and value for the custom header. Repeat this procedure for each custom header you want to add. After adding one or more custom headers, you can also edit their properties or remove them by selecting a header and clicking Edit or Remove. Clicking Edit Ratings in the Content Rating section opens the Content Ratings dialog box. Content ratings are descriptive HTTP headers that are intended to identify the kind of content hosted on a Web site. Various Web browsers can use this header information to enable content filtering. The user of a compliant browser such as Internet Explorer can set the threshold for the kind of content the user wants to have blocked. This feature only works if the Web site being accessed has encoded its own ratings in its HTTP headers. You can embed your Web pages with content rating information by contacting a rating service to help you evaluate your Web content (select the Rating Service tab in the Content Ratings dialog box), and then rating your own site (select the Ratings tab, and set the ratings for your site s content). The MIME Map section of the HTTP Headers tab contains the Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) configuration options. These mappings identify the types of Web content associated with the given MIME information, such as file extensions. There are a wide range of standard MIME types included with IIS, and this option allows the administrator to add to those types if needed. Configuring these MIME
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