Internet Information Services (IIS) is a web server application and set of feature extension modules created by Microsoft for use with Microsoft Windows.

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Locking down web-based admin areas with personal SSL certificates

I've been tasked to setup a secure platform, where I've been asked to assign personal SSL certificates to administrators, and have the server only allow persons into the administration areas that have ...
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Securing WCF service with X.509 cert [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What is the difference between an x.509 “client certificate” and a normal SSL certificate? I'm getting really confused with WCF and certs. I have a WCF service ...
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Need to secure (and add SSL?) RPC port 443 on Win2003 server

So I received an email from my system administrator who wants me to secure a server I own that seems to have a vulnerability in port 443 (which is Windows RPC over HTTPS). Disabling it I know causes ...
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Verify a website user is behind corporate firewall?

We have a public ecommerce website hosted at our datacenter onsite. For people who are within the corporate firewall hitting the website I want to display profiling information about the request of ...
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How can IT audit for installation of IIS Express?

IIS Express is a developer tool for Windows XP and higher which provides the full feature set of IIS, but without needing administrator rights. I've seen discussion by some developers who are ...
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how unsafe is it for Windows webserver IIS to have domain privileges

Normally in the past, I've managed that the production server only serves http(s) to the internet, and is isolated from it's database by a firewall which only allows database queries to travel. ...