Last month, I discussed some of the ways an intranet can help a school better leverage its investment in information technology. This month, I'd like to look at the nuts and bolts of how to build an intranet from the ground up, using some simple and inexpensive tools, many of which might already be installed on your network.

In this column, I will examine how to configure and secure Microsoft's Internet Information Server (IIS) and how to use vbScript to create a personalized interface for each of your users.

The first thing you will need is an NT server running IIS


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