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Chapter 17. Security and Administration ... > Virtual Server Administration

Virtual Server Administration

Virtual server administration is for configuration of all of the Web sites running on a virtual server. A virtual server is a collection of Web sites on a Web server all sharing a common root Web site. On Windows 2000 and XP Professional, only one virtual server is allowed, and it is called the Default Web Site. On Windows 2000 Server and Windows Server 2003, you can create many virtual servers, each with its own configuration settings.

At the virtual server level, Server Extensions can be installed and configured, and many of the same settings configurable at the site administration level are available as well.


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