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WMI to config IIS

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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
             <webSite ServerId="1234" ServerComment="My Test WebSite" PathOfDefaultVroot="c:\inetpub\wwwroot\Test" >
                                 <property name="AllowKeepAlive" value="True"/>
                                 <property name="ConnectionTimeout" value="90"/>
                         <serverBinding Hostname="" IP="" Port="80"/>
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 the web site and a driver program that uses WMI to configure IIS based on the XML. Some of the benefits of this are : you only need to make fixes to the single driver program
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1 comment:

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