Looking for a step by step guide to hosting multiple domain names on a Windows 2003 within my network. I know how to setup websites in IIS and add www host names in DNS and have my ISP point to my DNS server, so I can get sites up and running, but that’s about it. If I try to use host headers for example that does not work. I want to host the domains without the need for additional IP addresses where necessary.
I am running Windows 2003 & SBS 2003 on another server and want to set up domains of both or either one.
I have a fixed external IP that I use and already have a domain sitting on it.
I need a concise guide to setting up domains and sub-domains with SSL areas for example [[url removed, login to view]]and [url removed, login to view] [url removed, login to view] etc.
How to add SSL to them
How to setup FTP area such as [[url removed, login to view]]and allow anonymous access to some folders and restricted access to other areas/folders.
I also need to know how to setup user access to the sites so I can modify the pages from anywhere using dreamweaver or frontpage for example.
I want these instructions with screen dumps where possible and they should be concise so I can easily follow them.
The sites will mainly contain ASP pages and some will have DNSless databases so I need instruction on how to configure the sites to use the database outwith the site directory.
Any other useful info is also helpful.
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