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IIS 7 vs IIS 6   and IIS 6 vs IIS5

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Please list out the differnces between IIS 7 and IIS 6...

And IIS 6 vs IIS 5
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Question by:madhurikv
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such a measly point allocation *and* a 'C' grade for an accurate response.....?  At least a few words in your allocation comment might be polite.
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by:zaadu
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I'm expecting an answer  directly from you in your words. and not pointing to links

You had given me the links which myself can find ... :-) using google

Anyway sorry If I had hurt you...

Thanks for the answer


Thanks and regards,
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I can't say it any better than Microsoft themselves.  By suggesting those references, implies that my own opinion is in agreeance with any statements made.

And for 60 points, you imply an 'easy' question - as in not expecting experts to spend a lot of time writing out a detailed response.

Cheers.
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by:zaadu
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At least you should have started something off in brief and then should have pointed to the links..

I haven't asked for a Detailed, and a lengthy explanation....

Coming to point's 60 or 60000 everything counts.......

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