After showing you how to install FTP 7 I wrote more about how to configure it for User Authentication instead of letting all those pesky Hax0r5 get at your files
Back to writing about IIS 7, my latest article talks about the new FTP add-on that was released for IIS 7 that has a ton of new features including Secure FTP through SSL. Finally Microsoft FTP is a viable product for serious FTP users.
In a dramatic turn of events, I changed from writing about IIS to writing about Remote Server Administration Tools and how to install them on your Vista Client so you can keep from having to walk those 20ft to the datacenter.
Another in my series of articles on IIS 7, this time I discuss how to setup redirects to pages and other domains. This is a very important concept for webmasters, that I am still amazed is done incorrectly by companies. You can read more at:
Today a walk through I wrote was published on Train Signal Training that shows how to install IIS 7 and setup a static website.