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Windows Server 2003, Web Edition includes the following features:
•Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0, which provides a robust architecture for building and publishing secure Web applications. IIS is a software services that support Web site creation, configuration, and management, along with other Internet functions. Internet Information Services include Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP), File Transfer Protocol (FTP), and Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP).
•Revolutionary Microsoft ASP.NET, for deploying Web services and applications rapidly
•Remotely administered management, with an easy-to-use, task-driven, internationalized Web user interface (UI). This means that it's possible to manage one computer by an administrator working at another computer that is connected to the first computer across a network.
•Remote Desktop for Administration, which provides remote access to the desktop of any computer running a product in the Windows Server 2003 family.
•Web Interface for Remote Administration, for configuring and managing a server from a remote client, including creating and deleting Web sites, configuring network settings, setting disk quotas, managing local user accounts, and restarting the Web server.
•Flexibility to use Microsoft Management Console (MMC) and scripting, using Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) for detailed control and management. MMC is a framework for hosting administrative tools called snap-ins. A console might contain tools, folders or other containers, World Wide Web pages, and other administrative items. These items are displayed in the left pane of the console, called a console tree. A console has one or more windows that can provide views of the console tree. The main MMC window provides commands and tools for authoring consoles. The authoring features of MMC and the console tree itself might be hidden when a console is in User Mode. WMI is a management infrastructure in Windows that supports monitoring and controlling system resources through a common set of interfaces and provides a logically organized, consistent model of Windows operation, configuration, and status.
•Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV), so that users can easily publish, manage, and share information over the Web. WebDAV is an application protocol related to Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) 1.1 that allows clients to transparently publish and manage resources on the World Wide Web.
•Additional wizards to make it easier for administrators to set up and manage secure authentication and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) security.
•Improved CPU throttling, which helps organizations to allocate CPU resources on a per-site basis
•Scalability through Network Load Balancing. Network Load Balancing is a Windows network component that uses a distributed algorithm to load-balance Internet Protocol (IP) traffic across a number of hosts, helping to enhance the scalability and availability of mission-critical, IP-based services, such as Terminal Services, Web services, virtual private networking, and streaming media. It also provides high availability by detecting host failures and automatically redistributing traffic to the surviving hosts.
•Reliability and security improvements for the entire Windows Server 2003 family.
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 30 November, 1999.