My posts tagged with "Configuration"

Nov 30, 2012

Zombie websites get created whenever the root application of a website is removed, orphaning the rest of the application content in your website. Because IIS requires the root of the website to be an application, this effectively...

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May 26, 2008

IIS 7.0 provides a number of APIs that you can use to manage configuration remotely. This post provides the info and tools you need to configure remote access to IIS 7.0 configuration, including for use on Server Core installations...

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Apr 01, 2008

Bill's recent post reminded me of a question I often get about backing up and restoring configuration when IIS 7.0 is being used in the Shared Configuration mode. In this mode, the applicationHost.config file is stored on a UNC...

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Oct 31, 2007

The IIS 7 configuration system contains 50+ configuration sections (100+ if you count .NET Framework configuration), 477 attributes, and 57 collections. This can make it pretty challenging to figure out exactly what IIS 7 configuration...

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Oct 05, 2007

IIS7 provides quite a few ways to create websites, applications, and application pools. You can use the GUI, but what if you need to create 10, 100, or even 10,000 websites? Read about the fastest way to create IIS7 websites in...

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Aug 04, 2007

IIS7 configuration extensibility allows you to create custom configuration sections that can be used side by side the IIS configuration sections. However, setting this up requires a few steps that may be difficult to accomplish...

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Jul 21, 2007

If you have worked with IIS6 and previous versions of IIS, you are most likely familiar with the IIS metabase paths. You know, the ones that look like LM/W3SVC/1/ROOT . These metabase paths serve as a mechanism to identify a part...

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