TechNet Webcast: 24 Hours of Windows Server 2008 (Part 10 of 24): IIS 7.0 Diagnostics and Troubleshooting (Level 300) Configuration (Level 300)
Windows Server 2008.
IT Implem_IT Generalist.
In this session, we discuss new diagnostics and troubleshooting features in Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0. First, we examine how the new Runtime Status and Control API (RSCA) allows administrators to obtain state information
and to trigger events such as starting and stopping a site. Next, we explore Automatic Failed Request Tracing technology that helps administrators capture information about and troubleshoot complex and intermittent problems. Finally, we look at adding trace
events to ASPX pages and viewing logged information.
Presenters: Chris Avis, IT Pro Evangelist, Microsoft Corporation
Chris Avis began his career at Microsoft in 1994 working on Microsoft Windows NT networking and later moving to the Microsoft BackOffice Server and Windows Small Business Server support team. Chris is an enthusiastic TechNet presenter who enjoys it when audience
members realize, "I did not know I could do that!" If you are lucky enough to see Chris in action, prepare to be entertained. As a Microsoft Certified Trainer, Chris shares his broad knowledge of the installation, networking configuration, and management of
Microsoft products while doing his best to make your introduction to new technologies fast-paced and engaging.
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