Leon Braginski


Leon Braginski is a technical lead in the Microsoft Developer Support organization. He is the coauthor of Running Microsoft Internet Information Server (Microsoft Press) and has written articles for MSDN Magazine.

ISA Server's Caching Capabilities, Part 2
This second article in a two-part series explains ISA Server's active caching feature, how to prepopulate the cache, advanced cache options, how to monitor the cache, and how to use scripts to work with the cache.
ISA Server's Caching Capabilities, Part 1
This first article in a two-part series explains how to configure and test ISA Server's Web cache.
Configuring ISA Server Clients
ISA Server's Web Proxy Autodiscovery capability and Firewall Client software make setup a breeze for intranet clients that use ISA Server to get to the Internet.
Authenticate Internet Access with ISA Server
Use Microsoft ISA Server to provide clients secure—and authenticated—Internet access.
ISA Management Folders
ISA Server's MMC ISA Management snap-in gives you plenty of options for controlling your proxy servers.
Virtual Directories: HTTP Redirection
This follow-up to "Virtual Directories: Targeting Local Directories and Network Shares" discusses the possibilities for IIS's HTTP redirection options.
Redirecting Post Requests 2
Redirecting POST requests is a more complicated process than redirecting GET requests.
Web Applications
You can convert a directory to a Web application so that you can group files and directories in logical units.
Virtual Directories: Targeting Local Directories and Network Shares 13
You can use IIS virtual directories to let Web clients access files that you store in directories other than the IIS home directory.
Kerberos vs. NTLM 4
Learn why Kerberos works better than NT LAN Manager.
Remote IIS 5.0 Administration 5
IIS 5.0 provides 2 remote administration options: the MMC Internet Information Services snap-in and Internet Services Manager (HTML). Find out which tool you can use and when.
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