Understanding Internet Information Services - Part 2
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Published: 29 Aug 2007
Abstract
In this second part of the series, Uday examines the concept of Worker Process Isolation Mode, Services, Application Pools, and modes of operation of Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0.
by Uday Denduluri
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Introduction

This article can be considered as the extension of my previous article Understanding Internet Information Services - Part 1. In my previous article we dealt with various components of IIS (Internet Information Services), Authentication methodologies, etc. In this article we will go through the different modes in which IIS operates. We will also cover the concept of Application pools and describe it in detail.


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Title: IIS   
Name: MOHIT
Date: 2010-11-09 6:39:51 AM
Comment:
Hi Uday ,
It was nice article,i just needed basic understanding over IIS that u explained well enough.
Title: IIS   
Name: MAYANK
Date: 2009-09-20 1:56:52 PM
Comment:
Hi Uday,

i have go through ur article as u have requested. The article is quite good but not perfect its looks like an article by novice be some technical it is totally incomplete missing some major issues like inetinfo, ddlhost, w3wp etc flow is not complete. it should beeeeee...if u want to contact me, mail me in makftp[at]gmail[dot]com

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