Microsoft Internet Security and
Acceleration Server 2000
The service that provides a means for ISA to act as a proxy
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.
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®
2000 challenge/response authentication
A method of authentication in which a server uses
Windows 2000 security to allow access to its resources.
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
Name System (DNS).
A language-independent scripting host for Microsoft ActiveX®
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.