IIS Server

IIS Server is build and developed by Microsoft is a web server. It’s distributed as freeware and comes second in the line after Apache HTTP.

The IIS Web Server is developed by Microsoft and comes as part of Windows NT for Servers. Its written C++ programming language and distributed as Freeware. IIS supports HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, FTPS, SMTP and NNTP.

The IIS has many variants; latest in the Line is IIS Express. You can install it with service pack 3 on your computer running Windows XP or higher. Here are articles about working with IIS Web Server.

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Microsoft IIS Express Web Server Features

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