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Microsoft Internet Information Server

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(Internet Information Services) Microsoft's Web server. Formerly "Internet Information Server," IIS adds HTTP server capability to the server versions of Windows and various client versions, including Windows XP Professional, Vista, 7 and 8. See Web server, HTTP server and Smooth Streaming.
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