Enabling intellisense for AhAdmin code in scripts

MWA (Microsoft.Web.Administration) is pretty popular among developers who wish to read/write IIS configuration because of ease of writing managed code (which enables its use in powershell as well) and also because it provides a more intuitive wrapper over the IIS configuration system which is easier to work with. MWA has concept of application pool collection, sites, bindings etc while IIS configuration system only understands sections, elements, properties, location paths etc and not application pools, virtual directories which makes life of developers writing AhAdmin code very difficult. If you disagree, try adding a binding using MWA and then using AhAdmin. Presence of tools like genscode makes using MWA even more easier. Read more ...

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