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From abaader <andreas.im...@gmail.com>
Subject Securing jkmanager in IIS 5. Am I doing it right?
Date Wed, 15 Apr 2009 09:58:00 GMT

Hi

Im trying to find a practial example on how to secure the /jkmanager url so
that can only be accessed from the iis-server (version 5) locally

After googling around and not finding any example about this I created a
virtual directory called "jkmanager" in Internet Services Manger and set
directory security for it so that it may only be accessed from 127.0.0.1.
Local path is set to point at folder containing the isapi_redirect.dll -file
but this setting does not seem to make a difference. 
After doing all this everything seems to work properly?! I can now only
access /jkmanager -page from the server running the IIS and not from any
other computer. The actual webpage seem to work properly also and I can
change load balancer settings etc...

Is there something else I need to think about (read /write access etc) or is
there any other way to make this work, more like "by the book"?
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