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by Kalinda Reeves,Scott Reeves
Download IIS 5 On Site: A Guide to Planning, Deploying, Configuring, and Troubleshooting IIS 5 fb2
Hardware & DIY
  • Author:
    Kalinda Reeves,Scott Reeves
  • ISBN:
    1576107698
  • ISBN13:
    978-1576107690
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  • Publisher:
    Coriolis Group (August 23, 2001)
  • Pages:
    552 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Hardware & DIY
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    4.5
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This book is a comprehensive guide to all aspects of the IIS 5 from initial.

I have obtained the IIS 5 from Alibris, the book arrived promptly, in like new condition, with the CD-ROM sealed in the jacket.

Scott Reeves; Kalinda Reeves

Scott Reeves; Kalinda Reeves. Published by Coriolis Group, LLC, The. ISBN 10: 1576107698 ISBN 13: 9781576107690.

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This book is a comprehensive guide to all aspects of the IIS 5 from initial installation planning through long-term maintenance. Provides a comprehensive reference for new installations of IIS 5 and for migrating from IIS 4 to IIS 5 covering planning, testing, migration, installation, and configuration. Discusses features of IIS 5, administration and performance, publishing Web pages, developing applications, transaction processing, and security. Focuses on hardware and capacity planning based on projected growth of the Web site and Internet deployment for e-business. Follows the On Site series how-to format with an emphasis on planning and installation, and includes extensive diagrams, decision trees, and screens shots.

Grillador
This is a great book on IIS 5. It has easy to find config solutions which I like.

Sean B. Halliday
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Malaris
I have obtained the IIS 5 from Alibris, the book arrived promptly, in like new condition, with the CD-ROM sealed in the jacket. A very good value.
Kagalkree
If RELEVANCE to IIS is of concern to you, then skip the first 3 chapters. There is very acurate, and factual information contained ( if you are going for your NET+ ) but Net Essentials, Project Management, and Engineering are each their own subject matter entirely, and should be left out. Information is good... however completely impertinant to the subject matter of the title.
I was pursuing functional, concise, Ad-Hoc documentation, and was immersed with design concepts of various network topologies and physical limitations thereof, wondering where the practical, functional IIS content was. I felt that there was no need to know all the network hardware compnents in order to administer IIS , Throttle Bandwidth, or Processor Usage.
The book made me feel as if I needed to know how to do the job of an electrician wiring an enterprise class building in order for me to learn how to plug in a lamp or turn on the light switch.
Don't get me wrong, the information ( NOT relevant to IIS ) is presented very well, however the title of the book should be "IIS 5 Network Infrastructure an Design Concepts for Project Managers with absolutely no clue...For Dummies". <wink>
I disagree with the buisiness models for Design Teams, and hope that it is not used as a hard and fast rule for any existing design.
The author is knowledgable, yes, but PLEASE leave the Network Infrastructure to the Networking people, Administration to the Administrators, Engineering to the Engineers, and aesthetic Design to the Content Developers. Maybe the Design concepts could be arranged at the END of the book ?
In summary, I was glad to find much of the information usefull in other aspects of Systems Engineering exam preparation, however I would have liked a more concise, focused approach to the functional deployment, and administration of just IIS 5 without all the non-essential documentation consuming so much of the book.