Here is part 3.
From its first version, IIS has supported CGI (“Common Gateway Interface”). CGI, in its basic form, is a standards-based protocol that allows information servers, such as IIS, to interface with external applications. FastCGI was introduced to the market to address scalability shortcomings of CGI.
This article describes the shortcomings of earlier versions of CGI and defines the need for FastCGI extension for Internet Information Services 6.0. In addition, this article describes configurations settings of FastCGI extension.
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