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Adding Server ROles to an IIS installation on an RODC
In a recent case I was involved with I stumbled upon something quite interesting. The customer had set up a brand new Windows 2008 Server running IIS, and made it into a Read Only Domain Controller (RODC). Having done this they now wanted to add the FTP-server Role to the existing IIS installation and...
5 May 2009
PowerShell - Managing Feature Delegation in IIS7
Perhaps you've read my earlier post on advanced feature delegation using PowerShell and the IIS 7.0 PowerShell Provider . This could actually be called Part II. The previous post was based on a quick question from a premier customer. He is a never-ending source of intriguing questions and I always enjoy...
16 Dec 2008
PowerShell - Advanced configuration editing in IIS7
I've written a lot of PowerShell posts lately and here's another one. :-) I got a question from one of the account managers if it was possible to alter the FTP Authorization Rules for a specific folder on his IIS. The appcmd for the operation was appcmd.exe set config "FTPFolder" -section:system...
2 Oct 2008
The first thing you should do after setting up an IIS7-server
As you're probably well aware IIS7 relies heavily on a master configuration file named ApplicationHost.config. Now, instead of using a history file like IIS6 did, IIS7 will check this file every 2 minutes to see if it's changed. If the file has been updated, then a backup copy of the old .config will...
29 May 2008
My web application times out when debugging in IIS7
Problem: When using Visual Studio 2005 to debug a web application under IIS7 you will find that after 90-120 seconds the debugger will time out and you will get an appropriate error message in your browser. Visual Studio will return to it's "non debugging"-state and pretend like nothing happened....
12 Sep 2007
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