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Can somebody recommend good reading material for administrating IIS 7.5.


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No books. but has pretty much all you need. in particular. A book is not needed, imho.

+1, Microsoft's online documentation for almost all of their products is superb., technet, msdn, etc. – MDMarra Sep 9 '10 at 22:27

In my opinion the one that you should be looking at is Professional IIS 7


One of the best for IIS 7 is Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0 Resource Kit It is still relevant for IIS 7.5, since there were few major changes in IIS 7.5 and you can definitely learn about those in like:IIS7 in Windows Server 2008 R2