Reviewing IIS 5.0 Settings
This section provides a tutorial example on how to review IIS 5.0 settings for the Web server like port number, log file folder and Web page document folder.
If you are serious about managing your IIS server, you should go to the properties dialog box
on the Default Web Site on Internet Services Manager, and review all the settings.
Here are some interesting ones:
- TCP Port on the Web Site tab - 80 is the default. But you can have any other numbers.
- Log File Directory on the Properties button on the Web Site tab - Remember this directory
if you want to look at the files.
- Local Path on the Home Directory tab - c:\inetpub\wwwroot. This is where the
Web pages will be fetched, processed and delivered to the client.
Last update: 2002.
Table of Contents
About This Book
ASP (Active Server Pages) Introduction
►IIS (Internet Information Services) 5.0
Making Sure IIS 5.0 Is Running
Making Sure IIS 5.0 Is Supporting ASP Pages
►Reviewing IIS 5.0 Settings
MS Script Debugger
ASP Built-in Run-time Objects
Creating and Managing Cookies
Managing Sessions with and without Cookies
scrrun.dll - Scripting Runtime DLL
Managing Response Header Lines
Calculation Speed and Response Time
ADO (ActiveX Data Object) DLL
Working with MS Access Database
Guest Book Application Example
PDF Printing Version