Thursday, December 22, 2011

IIS Administration Interview Questions and Answers Series 7

List of IIS Versions:
5.0 Built-in component of Windows 2000. Windows 2000
5.1 Built-in component of Windows XP Professional. Windows XP Professional
6.0 Built-in component of Windows Server 2003. WIndows Server 2003
7.0 Built-in component of Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. Windows Vista and WIndows Server 2008
7.5 Built-in component of Windows Server 2008 R2/ Windows7

 
List of Error & Status codes in IIS 6.0?
Status Code Type of Code
100 Series - Informational
200 Series - Success
300 Series - Redirection
400 Series - Client Error
500 Series - Server Error

How to recycle application pool from the command prompt in IIS7?
1. Use appcmd.exe to recycle the application pool from the command prompt.
2. appcmd.exe is the command line tool for IIS7, you will find this tool at following location :
%systemroot%\system32\inetsrv\appcmd
3. To recycle your application pool use the following command:
appcmd recycle apppool /apppool.name:<application pool name>

What are the Different steps to be followed to get SSL(Secure Sockets Layer) for our Web Application?
1. Intially we have to Generate a certificate request from our IIS
2. Now we have to request a certificate from the certificate authority(CA)
3. This CA is an entity which issues Digital Certificates.
4. After receiving the certificate we have to install that particular certificate on our Web Server using IIS
5. We have to use Secure Hyper Text Transfer Protocol(HTTPS) when accessing secure pages in our application.

By this way we could make our web page as SSL protected

What is the purpose of IIS application pools?
We use applicaiton pools for isolation purpose. Every application within an application pool used the same worker process. Each worker process operates as a separate instance of the worker process executable, W3wp.exe, the worker process that services one application pool is separated from the worker process that services another.

In simplest words we use application pools for ISOLATION purpose.

What is Windows Process Activation Service?
The Windows Process Activation Service (WAS) provides process activation, resource management and health management services for message-activated applications. It manages application pool configuration and the creation and lifetime of worker processes for HTTP and other protocols (net.tcp,net.pipe,net.msmq)

How can we check whether IIS is being installed in my system or not?
To verify if IIS is installed or not we need to go to ’Add or Remove Programs’ utility in the Control panel and click on the ’Add/Remove Windows Components’ in the side menu.

There we must locate an item called "Internet Information Services (IIS)". If this is checked, IIS should be installed. So that you can have your IIS installed in your system if it is not installed

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