Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000


Web proxy service
The service that provides a means for ISA to act as a proxy server.
well-known port number
The standard, default port numbers used by the Internet community for well known (commonly used) services. For example, the well known port number for the Gopher service is 70; for the World Wide Web service, it is 80.
Win32 Internet Extensions
A collection of functions contained in Wininet.dll that simplifies client access to the Internet by way of HTTP, FTP, and Gopher. The set of functions is an extension to the Win32® API.
Windows 2000 challenge/response authentication
A method of authentication in which a server uses Windows 2000 security to allow access to its resources.
Windows 2000 file system (NTFS)
See NTFS file system.
Windows 2000 Performance Monitor
A tool used by Windows 2000 to track computer activity by using a predefined set of counters.
Windows 2000 Server Event Viewer
A program provided with Windows 2000 that enables users to monitor system, security, and application events by viewing the Windows 2000 Event Log.
Windows 2000 System Event Log
A Windows 2000 service that records events in the system, security, and application service logs. See also Windows 2000 Server Event Viewer.
Windows Internet Name Service (WINS)
A name resolution service that runs on Windows 2000 Server. WINS maps friendly names to IP addresses. A WINS server handles name registrations, queries, and releases. See also Domain Name System (DNS).
Windows Script Host
A language-independent scripting host for Microsoft ActiveX® scripting engines.
Windows Sockets
A Windows implementation of the widely used University of California-Berkeley Sockets API. Windows Sockets (Winsock) is a networking API used to create TCP/IP-based sockets applications. Winsock provides interfaces between applications and the transport protocol and works as a bidirectional connection for incoming and outgoing data. See also socket.
See Win32 Internet Extensions.
See Windows Internet Name Service.
See Windows Sockets.