10972 - Administering the Web Server (IIS) Role of Windows Server


10972 - Administering the Web Server (IIS) Role of Windows Server


Price
Length : 5 days
$2,995.00

Learn how to support websites and web applications. In this course, you will learn how to configure and manage Internet Information Services (IIS). You will learn the skills that support a broad range of web applications, security, and knowledge to help support other products that use IIS (such as Exchange and SharePoint).

What You'll Learn

  • Create virtual directories and applications
  • Creating and managing application pools
  • Understanding certificates and SSL
  • Enabling URL authorization rules
  • Connecting to remote web servers and websites
  • Configuring an FTP site
  • Understanding load-balancing mechanisms

Who Needs to Attend

  • Individuals who want to become web server administrators in an enterprise environment or who are assuming a new role requiring skills to manage content served by an IIS web server over the Internet, an intranet, and an extranet
  • Web-based applications developers with networking skills who wish to learn more about IIS

Prerequisites

Experience with:

  • Windows networking technologies and implementation
  • Windows Server administration, maintenance, and troubleshooting
  • Windows Client administration, maintenance, and troubleshooting or Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 (M20410)

Course Outline

1.Overview and Installing Internet Information Services

Understanding a web server infrastructure

Installing IIS

2. Configuring the Default Website

Examining the default website using IIS Manager

Examining the default IIS file structure

Configuring DNS records for a website

Creating virtual directories and applications

3. Configuring and Managing Application Pools

Defining the application pool architecture

Creating and managing application pools

Configuring application pool recycling

4. Creating Additional Websites

Understanding multiple websites on a single server

Examining and configuring the website bindings

Creating new websites

5. Configuring Website and Web Application Support

Configuring common features

Adding support for web applications

6. Securing Websites and Applications

Defining access control for web servers, sites, and applications

Configuring authentication and permissions

Enabling URL authorization rules

7. Securing Data Transmissions with SSL

Understanding certificates and SSL

Creating certificates for a web server

Adding a certificate to a website

8. Using the Central Certificate Store

Understanding the Central Certificate Store

Understanding Certificates and SSL

9. Configuring Remote Administration

Installing and configuring the management service

Connecting to remote web servers and websites

Delegating management access

10. Implementing FTP

Implementing FTP

Configuring an FTP site

11. Monitoring IIS

Monitoring IIS logs with log parser

12. Backing up and Restoring IIS

Understanding the IIS environment for backup and restore

Performing a backup and restore of a website

13. Building Load-Balanced Web Farms

Understanding load-balancing mechanisms

Building a load-balanced web farm using ARR

Sharing content to a web farm using a network share

Sharing content to a web farm using DFS-R

Sharing IIS configurations in a web farm

Labs

Lab 1: Installing Internet Information Services

Performa default installation of IIS

Verify and test the installationof adefault installation of IIS

Describe the network infrastructure requirements for IIS

Explain the communication process between a web server and a browser

Perform a default installation of IIS

Verify and configure the Windows firewall for use with IIS

Lab 2: Configuring the Default Website for Public Access

Configure DNS records for both the internal and public website access

Verify and test the internal and public website access using the DNS FQDN

Lab 3: Creating Virtual Directories and Applications

Create additional content location in the current website

Describe the default IIS folder structure to support a website

Create a web page for site testing and verification

Install additional required role services to support a web application

Plan the network and DNS records for internal and public website access

Configure DNS records for an internal and public website

Create normal folders, virtual directories and applications in a website for additional content

Verify the new working website and content

Lab 4: Configuring and Managing Application Pools

Create and configure additional application pools

Lab 5: Configuring Application Pool Recycling

Configure application pool recycle settings

Perform recycling of an application pool and examine event logs for recycle events

Describe the benefits of the application pool architecture

Configure application pools to support applications

Configure application pool recycle settings

Perform and examine application pool recycling

Examine event logs for recycle events

Lab 6: Examining the Existing Websites and Bindings for conflicts

Examine several websites and determine if binding conflicts exist

Lab 7: Creating New Websites

Create new websites with unique bindings

Describe the purpose to website common settings and bindings

Examine existing websites for binding conflicts

Create new websites by using unique port bindings

Create new websites by using unique virtual IP addresses

Create new websites by using hostname bindings

Lab 8 Configuring Common Features

Configure and test common configuration settings

Lab 9: Adding Support for Web Applications

Install and configure additional application support

Identify the IIS configuration files

Configure common website and application settings

Install and configure built-in application platform support

Install and configure additional application support using the web platform installer

Lab 10: Configuring Authentication and Permissions

Install and configure the authentication mechanisms required to support both internal and public websites

Configure file system permissions and application pool permissions

Lab 11: Enabling URL Authorization Rules

Secure a website for users and groups using URL authorization rules

Describe the authentication mechanisms to secure internal and public websites

Describe the process of assigning file system permissions for users and groups

Install and configure Windows and basic authentication

Configure the file system permissions for a website

Configure website security using URL authorization rules

Lab 12: Creating and Installing a Self-Signed Certificate

Create a self-signed certificate to secure a website

Lab 13: Adding a Certificate to a Website

Create a HTTPS binding to secure a website

Describe the PKI infrastructure for securing IIS with certificates

Explain the process of obtaining and installing certificates for internal and public websites

Install and configure a certificate to secure a website

Lab 14: Installing and Configuring the Central Certificate Store

Configure the environment to store certificates for CCS

Describe the architecture of the Central Certificate Store

Plan for certificate storage

Install and configure CCS

Secure a website using a certificate in CCS

Lab 15: Installing and Configuring the Management Service

Install and configure the management service

Lab 16: Connecting to Remote Web Servers and Websites

Connect and manage a remote web server and website

Lab 17: Delegating Management Access

Configure permissions for a site level administrator or developer

Identify the need for remote management capabilities to manage a web server or website

Install and configure the management service for remote management

Create and configure permissions for site level administrators and developers to manage a web server or website

Lab 18: Configuring and Using an FTP Site

Install and configure a secured FTP site

Describe the FTP architecture and requirements for IIS

Configure FTP authentication, authorization and storage locations

Configure a secured FTP for users to store files

Lab 19: Monitoring IIS Logs with Log Parser

Analyze a set of IIS log files for possible issues using log parser

Describe common problems and attacks that are recorded in the log files

Search the ISI log file for issues using log parser

Identify common performance counters to create a baseline for IIS performance

Analyze performance data for performance related problems using PerfMon

Lab 20: Performing a Backup and Restore of a Website

Perform a backup and restore of a website

Describe the critical components to backup on a web server and website

Perform a website backup, including content and configuration files

Perform a website restore using a recovery process

Lab 21: Building a Load-Balanced Web Farm Using ARR

Create a web farm by installing and configuring ARR

Lab 22: Sharing Content to a Web Farm Using a Network Share

Sharing content to a web farm using a network share

Lab 23: Sharing Content to a Web Farm Using DFS-R

Install and configure DFS-R for content replication

Lab 24: Sharing IIS Configurations in a Web Farm

Configure IIS to use shared configurations

Perform a staggered install of a new component for website application support

Describe the increase to reliability and performance using load balancing mechanisms

Install and configure a highly available web farm using ARR

Improve management of web content using DFS-R

Improve the management of the web server and websites using shared configurations

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