New in IIS Administrator

Dear readers,
The editors of IIS Administrator are constantly striving to bring you the help and information you need to do your job better and more easily. To that end, you'll notice a couple of changes in the issues to come. In addition to our continuing question-and-answer column and regular features about security and e-commerce, starting in the July issue we'll be adding a new regular feature about the Microsoft Windows 2000 Resource Kit. Each month in this column, Ken Spencer will identify and describe a different tool from this valuable resource, which also includes the IIS 5.0 Resource Guide.

In August, we'll begin a regular public column for new IIS administrators. The column will appear exclusively on the IIS Administrator Web site. In this column, Brett Hill, who also writes IIS Informant, will cover topics such as authenticating with FTP, sending mail with IIS, and quick tips for optimizing that are fundamental to beginning IIS administrators.

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