Microsoft Internet Information Server
Microsoft Internet Information Server

The Web Server Designed For Windows NT Server

Why not add the latest features to your Internet Information Server?

Microsoft® Internet Information Server (IIS) makes it easier to do business with internal or external customers down the hall or around the world. To learn more about how Internet Information Server will help you in your business, browse the IIS online documentation.
You can manage the IIS services from a Web browser. To start the administration tool in your current Web browser, click here. (Note: You must have administrator privileges to use this tool.)
Sample Pages and Applications
Try the hyperlinks above to see some examples of the content you can publish with Microsoft Internet Information Server. To learn more about Microsoft products that you can use to create great-looking Web pages, visit the Microsoft Web site for information about Microsoft FrontPage and Internet Assistants for Microsoft Office. Microsoft FrontPage is also included on the Windows NT Server CD-ROM.

Browsing the Internet
A good place to begin browsing the Internet is, where you will find information about Microsoft products. This Web site contains pages that discuss Microsoft Internet Information Server. The Microsoft Web site also provides downloadable versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer. Another good place to start browsing is The Microsoft Network Web site.

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