Yesterday I got the opportunity to start playing with WCF net.tcp services hosted in WAS on Windows Server 2008 (Beta 2). There were a couple of hiccups, but it was surprisingly painless.
Firstly, I got the service up and running over wsHttpBinding. One thing I noticed about this is that, unlike XP Pro (and I think Vista), IIS7 on WS2008 doesn’t need anonymous set against the svc file for the service endpoint when the rest of the site was running under Windows Authentication. Straight away, this service was working using a remote client over http.
Next up was trying netTcpBinding. First job was getting the required features installed. This MSDN article provides the details as: