Configuring IIS 7 from the command line using Appcmd.exe (Part 1)

by David Davis on March 5, 2009

In David’s lastest article, learn how to configure Windows Server 2008 IIS 7 from the command line using appcmd.exe. ISĀ 7.0 provides a new command-line tool, AppCmd.exe, to configure and query objects on your Web server, and to return output in text or XML. In this article, you will learn what this tool is, how to use it, and how to perform common IIS administrative tasks such as creating new sites, stopping/starting services, and viewing status of the site.

Read the full article at: Configuring IIS 7 from the command line using Appcmd.exe (Part 1)

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designer sydney 05.24.09 at 3:57 pm

Interesting. thanks for the insights. I will add this to my favourites and come back to check out your updates. very cool

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