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A Web site that is configured to allow administrators to manage the Web server from a remote location using a Web browser. During installation, this site is assigned a random port number and is configured with a restriction that only allows access from the 127.0.0.1 IP address. This IP address is actually the local server itself. To allow remote administration, this restriction would have to be modified.
administration Web Site
A name used to hide the real name of a directory and to simplify the directory name that would be used to access the information.
alias
Allows users to access a Web site without having to provide a username and password.
anonymous access
Refers to determining whether a user has a valid user account with the proper permissions to access a resource such as a shared folder or Web Site.
authentication
Allows you to limit the network bandwidth that is available for Web and FTP connections to the server.
bandwidth throttling
Prompts users for a username and password to be able to access the Web resource. The username and password are then transmitted a clear text.
Basic authentication
Prompts users for a username and password to be able to access the Web resource. The username and password are hashed to prevent hackers from obtaining information.
Digest authentication
An FTP sever that responds to TCP/IP port 21 on all configured IP addresses of the server that are not assigned to another site.
default FTP site
A newsgroup server that responds to port 119 on all configured IP addresses of the server that have not been assigned to another site.
defaut NNTP virtual server
An email component server that responds to port 25 on all IP addresses of the server that have not been assigned to another site.
default SMTP virtual server
A Web site configured with FrontPage extensions that responds to TCP/IP port 80 on all unassigned IP addresses of the server. This Web site is initially empty and may be used to create a custom Web site for your organization.
default Web Site
Used to transfer files between two computers that are both running TCP/IP.
File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
The fully qualified DNS name that is used to access a Web site on an IIS Server.
host header
Does not ask the user for a password, but rather uses the clients currently logged-on credentials to supply a challenge/response to the Web server.
Integrated Windows authentication
A Windows 2000 component that provides Web-related services to an organization.
Internet Information Services (IIS)
The administrative tool used to manage the Internet Information Services server components.
Internet Services Manager
IIS parameters that are configured on the server and inherited by all Web and FTP sites hosted on the server.
master properties
IIS 5.0 stores its configuration settings in a database referred to as the IIS _________.
metabase
This protocol is used to encrypt Web traffic between a client and the Web Server.
Secure Socket Layer (SSL)
A connection-based protocol, which means a session is established between the two hosts before any data is transferred.
Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
A mapping to a physical directory containing content to be included on a Web Site.
Virtual Directory