Microsoft IIS Reviews

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Rahul Dhangar profile photo
Score 7 out of 10
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We use Microsoft IIS for specific requirements on client deliverables. Certain projects require us to implement Microsoft IIS for overall project hosting and delivery. Microsoft IIS is very easy to install, and its GUI is very informative. The Microsoft Server facilitates implementation of SQL database seamless. It is very useful due to its simplicity for small projects which primarily require CRUD operations in SQL.
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Score 10 out of 10
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We are currently using Microsoft IIS throughout our organization. We are using Microsoft IIS for internal sites, external private sites and public .com sites. We are utilizing all sorts of authentication methods with all of these sites, Windows auth, forms auth, anonymous auth, and SSO. We also have a number of web services in Microsoft IIS.
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Vinicius Lima profile photo
Score 7 out of 10
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We use Microsoft IIS across the whole organization as a web server for our web projects. IIS is basically a requirement for those running web servers on Windows. We are using IIS to host multiple .NET web applications and websites.
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November 27, 2019

Microsoft IIS

Score 9 out of 10
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We build a business web application to support operations which are hosted on Windows servers using IIS. I would say that our utilisation of IIS is probably considered fairly basic with it running .Net websites using winforms and some re-write rules, nothing too grandiose but it meets our needs and has rarely been a cause for concern.
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Score 6 out of 10
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We use Microsoft IIS across the enterprise as an offering for web servers on Windows machines. We use it to host several of our enterprise workloads as well as some of our smaller web properties. IIS has been a staple of our stack for many years.
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Valery Mezentsau profile photo
Score 9 out of 10
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I and my IT department currently and previously use Microsoft IIS as the main web server solution for internal and public-facing websites. In a Microsoft environment, I think, this is the best option for the web server. Easy to deploy the server, easy upload websites. Didn't have too many issues with Microsoft ISS, simple to use, saves time on deployment. Our current IIS environment contains not only internal and external websites but several web services that interact with third-party services for identity, fraud detection, etc.
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Score 7 out of 10
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IIS is being used to drive an internal NodeJS application within our department and is used widely throughout the rest of our company for other internal services. The primary driving force behind using it is the ease of integrating Windows Single Sign-On for all of our internal sites.
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Kiran Kumar Pariti profile photo
Score 9 out of 10
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My IT department is using the IIS server and we manage this for using the webservices as well as multiple websites. Not much problem with IIS and is simple to use, efficient and time saving. We can host the websites using this so that the other team or developers can access this. We can also restrict the users and make the privacy settings authenticate the users accordingly. We can also give the privileges and user rights depending on the hierarchy.
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John Glenn profile photo
Score 8 out of 10
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We use IIS in a number of different ways. Some of our homegrown .NET apps run internally on our network as well as several other boxed software installs that require the use of IIS. Our current setup involves about 6 servers all running the latest version of IIS and they seem to be easy to work with and are patched fairly regularly by our staff.
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Score 8 out of 10
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Micorsoft IIS is being used as our main web server for internal applications as well as hosting external web sites of which we have a least half a dozen or so. It is being used or rather consumed across the company as one of the main applications which drives the business. It allows our users to access one of the main applications very easily through the web and on mobile devices.

The main problems it addresses are ease of access, not having to have a fat client installed for particular applications, ease of manageability for web applications and websites, easy to troubleshoot, easy to maintain and perform system maintenance.
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Score 7 out of 10
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Within our department, Microsoft IIS is being used as a web server for sites that require Windows based components. Our main use for Microsoft IIS is for sites that use the ASP.NET framework. However, we also use IIS for Microsoft systems management software. Which includes both System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM ConfigMgr 2012) and Windows Server Update Services (WSUS). Microsoft IIS allows for us to better host our Windows based components than current open source solutions.
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Score 6 out of 10
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Many applications leverage Microsoft IIS within my current organization and in previous places of employ. I currently manage SafeNet Authentication Manager, Thycotic Secret Server, and other applications that use Microsoft IIS as it's web server.
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April 12, 2017

IIS Review

Score 8 out of 10
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IIS serves a multiplicity of uses for us. It provides internal resources and applications for staff and products for our customer base. The application provides us easy access to multiple internally-developed and vendor-supplied applications for our various internal departments and ready access by our customers to our various products and services.
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Score 9 out of 10
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IIS is used for most publicly-facing web properties in the organization, as well as a number of internal-only line-of-business web applications (used organization-wide and per department) and the corporate SharePoint.
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Score 8 out of 10
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Microsoft IIS is an integral part of any infrastructure and in my own, counts for a significant portion of internal and external application delivery. As a tried and true web server platform, we confidently trust this server extension with some of our most important web applications.
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December 01, 2015

Basic Review from and MSP

Score 9 out of 10
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I work for a managed service provider (MSP) that manages web applications for our users. Our perferred method of hosting is using Microsoft IIS.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

IDE support (14)
7.8
Security management (18)
7.7
Administration and management (18)
8.3
Application server performance (18)
7.6
Installation (18)
8.2
Open-source standards compliance (10)
6.5

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