Issue 24 – Microsoft’s IIS 7.0 on Windows Server 2008

As Microsoft’s testing of Windows Server 2008 winds down, many in the hosting community are wondering what will come of IIS (Internet Information Services) version 7.0. It’s already included as an additional addon to the Windows Vista desktop operating system, but what impact will it have once deployed in production environments?


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