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Installed by Component Name (bold) Default and Subcomponents Client Certificate Mapping Authentication IIS Client Certificate Mapping Authentication URL Authorization Request Filtering IP Security
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Authenticates client certificates with Active Directory accounts Maps client certificates one-to-one or many-to-one to a Windows security identity Authorizes client access to the URLs that comprise a Web application Configures rules to block selected client requests Allows or denies content access based on Internet Protocol (IP) address or domain name
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Table 12-2 The 44 Components of IIS (Continued)
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Modules are IIS server components that handle requests from users according to how the modules are programmed and configured When you enable a module for Web site or Web application, you ensure that IIS will leverage the module for user requests at that level For example, you can enable and configure an authentication module for a server that will check user credentials for all installed Web sites and applications There are two types of modules: Global or native modules These modules are also called native modules, and to confuse us more, they are also known by Microsoft as unmanaged modules, because they are not created using the ASPNET model By default, most of the features included in the Web server are implemented as global modules Managed modules These modules are created using the ASPNET framework of managed code, or assemblies, as they are known to programmers
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You will typically install a module onto a server (native modules only) and then enable the module for each Web application By installing the module, it is registered globally with the server, making it available (but not active) for each Web application Enabling the module in the application allows the application administrator to control the features enabled for the application (without bugging the server administrator) This allows installed
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modules to be enabled as needed, per application, and frees up the server administrator to manage other tasks There are three methods for installing a native module: Manually edit the IIS 7 configuration store Use the IIS Manager (this is shown in Figure 12-20) Use the IIS 7 command-line tool (AppCmdexe)
All three of these options will result in an entry being added to the <globalModules> IIS 7 Configuration section, which applies only at the global server level and is not configurable per Web application You can examine the contents of the <globalModules> tag by opening the root configuration file located in %SysemRoot%\system32\inetsrv\ config\applicationhostconfig and searching for the string <globalModules> After a full IIS 7 install, the <globalModules> section will contain an entry for each of the native modules shipped with IIS 7, specifying a name and the path to the module or assembly dynamic-link library (DLL)
Figure 12-20 Modules are located in the center pane of the IIS Manager
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Enabling a module allows it to provide its service for a particular application To enable a native module, it must first be installed on the server (see the preceding paragraph) A managed module does not require installation, and can be enabled directly for each application This allows applications to include their managed modules directly within the application by registering them in the application s webconfig file, and providing the implementation in /BIN or /App_Code directories To enable a module: 1 Manually edit the IIS 7 configuration store: a Edit the store globally to enable the module for all applications on the server To modify the global store configuration, open %SysemRoot%\ system32\inetsrv\config\applicationhostconfig in an XML editor and search for the <modules> tag b Edit the webconfig file located within each application for which you would like to enable this module 2 Use the IIS Manager (this is shown in Figure 12-21) 3 Use the IIS 7 command-line tool (AppCmdexe) To manage modules using the IIS Manager, select the IIS server in the Connections pane, and notice the IIS group in the middle pane Locate the Modules icon, and doubleclick it Once the Modules data appears in the central pane of the IIS Manager, you can right-click any module and manage it, as well as add and remove modules Using any of these options adds an entry to the <modules> IIS 7 Configuration section After installing IIS 7, the <modules> section will contain an entry for each of the enabled modules (both managed and native) that you have installed with IIS 7, indicating that all these modules are enabled by default for all applications on the server Some of the modules are worth considering in more detail By way of reference, Table 12-3 holds a sample of the more than 40 modules
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