• Ramesh Raman's WebLog

    Using the WMI Provider to Configure IIS 6.0 - A Data Driven Approach

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    Many of us use scripts to setup our web servers, a lot of the work is boilerplate - create sites, vroots.... To ease maintanence work over the last year i've moved to a data driven approach to setting up web sites. I use an XML configuration file to describe...
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    IIS 6.0 WMI PROVIDER - SAMPLE

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    Modification History: 07/01/04 - added support for vroots & appPools Sample Described at: http://blogs.msdn.com/ramesh_r/archive/2004/03/24/95109.aspx //////////////////// sample xml <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?> <webSettings>...
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    Updated IIS 6.0 WMI Provider C# Sample

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    Added support for appPools & virtual directories in XMl configuration. http://blogs.msdn.com/ramesh_r/articles/170665.aspx
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    Enumerating FXCop Rules

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    Here's some code to enumerate FXCop rules , the input is a path to a folder containing assemblies that implement the rules, the output is an XML file that lists all the rules by assembly. I needed the list to import into a db. The function loads an...
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    Ramesh Signing On

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    Hi, Welcome to my blog. I've been reading other's blogs for a while now and finding it really useful, and would like to make a contribution of my own. I don't have specific theme for my blog , except to share what i think may be useful to a wider...
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    How do you manage your FXCop Rules?

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    For those of you who use FXCop Do you apply all rules, or do you use a subset that applies to your specific situation? If you're specific about your rules, what process do use to select them (e.g. does someone do the groundwork and then you meet...
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