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IIS Security Best Practices

  • IIS Security Best Practices
    Author:
    Michael Krout - click to view profile
    Description:
    Over the years IIS has changed from a security hole into a secure server. If you remember back in the NT days. IIS first made it presence with Option Pack 4. Wow, that was a long time ago. But if you look at the history of other web servers you will see that this is not really that long ago. With Windows 2003 we were given a pretty functional web server with some new features and a streamlined engine. This broadcast will be covering the best practices recommendations for getting the best security out of the IIS web server.

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