IIS6, Migrating Apache Web Sites to IIS 6.0

Migrating Apache Web Sites to IIS 6.0 in The Network Encyclopedia Tutorials and Documentation (IIS 6.0 Deployment Guide)

Migrating Apache Web Sites to IIS 6.0

Migration is the process of installing a Microsoft® Windows® Server 2003 operating system and Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 on a server and then moving or reinstalling existing Apache Web sites and applications to that server. Migrating Apache Web sites and applications to IIS 6.0 allows you to take advantage of the improved security, performance, and management provided by Windows Server 2003 and IIS 6.0. The migration process provides minimal outage of service to the users accessing the Web sites and applications, while ensuring that the existing configuration and content of the Web sites and applications are maintained.

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For information about upgrading IIS Web servers, see Upgrading an IIS Server to IIS 6.0 .

For information about migrating Web sites on earlier versions of IIS to IIS 6.0, see Migrating IIS Web Sites to IIS 6.0

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