Ken Spencer

Ken Spencer is a longtime Microsoft Regional Director, and he consults as an architect on large application-development projects.

Articles by Ken Spencer
Using Win2K Certificate Services to Configure a Standalone CA, Part 2
Use Certificate Services to generate certificates that your extranet users can use to access your Web site (Part 2).
Using Win2K Certificate Services to Configure a Standalone CA, Part 1 2
Use Certificate Services to generate certificates that your extranet users can use to access your Web site.
Using Windows Security with IIS and SQL Server 2000 11
Discover how you can configure a Web application that accesses SQL Server 2000 to use a Windows username and password for authentication.
IIS Scripting Solutions 4
Adsutil.vbs is a handy script that you can use to automate the administration of your Web sites.
Configuring IIS 5.0 for an Intranet 2
Learn the type of server architecture to use, where to put application files, and how to configure Win2K and IIS to best run intranet applications.
Using the DispNode and DispTree Scripts
Ken Spencer introduces you to two scripts that you can use to display useful information about your IIS Web sites and services.
Using Certificates for Security in IIS
Learn how to use client certificates to authenticate access to your IIS Web servers.
Using VBScript Programs to Track Your Web Sites
Ken Spencer shows you a simple VBScript program that lists the Web sites on any server to which you have access on your LAN or WAN.
WMI 101: Event Logging 15
Ken Spencer shows you two simple Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) scripts that let you manage your event logs.
Joining Forces for High-Performance Web Sites
Advice about hardware, design, and configuration for prime Web application performance in an IIS environment.
The W3who.dll ISAPI Filter
Ken Spencer introduces you to a Win2K Resource Kit tool that can help you test your Web sites from a browser.
Resource Kit Security Templates
This month, Ken Spencer introduces you the Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Resource Kit Security Configuration and Analysis tool.
Working with IIS 5.0 Logs 4
Want to move Web site log data into a SQL Server database without compromising site performance? Here's how.
The Microsoft Playback Utility
Would you like a tool that could help you test the performance of a site with a set of known traffic? Discover the Microsoft Windows 2000 Resource Kit Playback utility.
IIS 4.0 Event Logging
Choose from four log formats and determine whether to log to a file or database, then follow this complete instruction set for configuring IIS logging.
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