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71 Cmdlets use IIS7 from Powershell

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I meet with Cmdlets to IIS7 that contains within it suite the following Cmdlets:

  1. Add-WebConfiguration: AD DS an collection element to an IIS configuration collection.


  2. Backup-WebConfiguration: Creates a backup of an IIS configuration.


  3. Clear-WebConfiguration: Removes configuration settings from the configuration location specified.


  4. Get-WebConfiguration: Gets an IIS configuration element at the specified path.


  5. Restore-WebConfiguration: Restores an IIS configuration backup


  6. Select-WebConfiguration: Returns Web configuration objects.


  7. Set-WebConfiguration: Sets the value of an IIS configuration setting to the value specified in the command.


  8. Add-WebConfigurationLock: Locks setting an IIS configuration section or element


  9. Get-WebConfigurationLock: Gets the locking status of the specified IIS configuration location.


  10. Remove-WebConfigurationLock: Removes a lock on configuration settings.


  11. Add-WebConfigurationProperty: AD DS a property to an IIS configuration section.


  12. Get-WebConfigurationProperty: Gets an IIS configuration property at the specified path.


  13. Remove-WebConfigurationProperty: Removes an IIS configuration property.


  14. Set-WebConfigurationProperty: Sets the value of an IIS configuration setting to the value specified in the command.


  15. Begin-WebCommitDelay: Instructs the IIS configuration system to delay the commitment of changes.


  16. End-WebCommitDelay: Instructs the IIS configuration system to resume the commitment of changes.


  17. Clear-Clears the Request WebRequestTracingSettings: Tracing configuration from the specified Web site.


  18. ConvertTo-WebApplication: Converts an IIS virtual directory to an IIS Web application.


  19. Get-WebApplication: Gets the Web Applications associated with a specific site or with the name specified.


  20. New-Creates a new IIS WebApplication: Web Application.


  21. Remove-Removes an IIS WebApplication: Web Application.


  22. Disable-Disables WebGlobalModule: an IIS module.


  23. L-WebGlobalModule: Enables an IIS module.


  24. Get-WebGlobalModule Gets modules configured in IIS:.


  25. New-WebGlobalModule: Creates a new IIS module.


  26. Remove-WebGlobalModule: Removes an IIS module.


  27. Set-WebGlobalModule: Configures an IIS module.


  28. Disable-Disables Tracing Request WebRequestTracing:


  29. L-WebRequestTracing: Enables the Request Tracing feature.


  30. Get-WebAppDomain: Gets the Application Domains in which the specified IIS worker process is running.


  31. Get-WebAppPoolState: Gets the Run-Time state of an IIS application pool.


  32. New-WebAppPool: Creates a new IIS application pool.


  33. Remove-WebAppPool: Removes an IIS application pool.


  34. Restart-WebAppPool: Recycles an application pool.


  35. Start-WebAppPool: Starts an application pool.


  36. Stop-WebAppPool: Stops an application pool.


  37. Get-WebBinding: Gets the bindings on the specified IIS site.


  38. New-WebBinding AD DS: a new Web site binding to an existing Web site.


  39. Remove-WebBinding: Removes a binding from an IIS Web site.


  40. Set-WebBinding: Changes a property of an IIS site binding.


  41. Get-WebConfigurationBackup: Gets a list of available IIS configuration are those.


  42. Remove-WebConfigurationBackup: Removes an available IIS confguration backup.


  43. Get-WebConfigurationLocation: Gets the location of a specified configuration setting.


  44. Remove-WebConfigurationLocation: Removes an IIS configuration location.


  45. Rename-WebConfigurationLocation: Renames a configuration location.


  46. Get-WebFilePath: Gets the physical path to the specified IIS module location.


  47. Get-WebHandler: IIS Request Handlers Gets.


  48. New-Creates a new IIS WebHandler: Request Handler configuration entry.


  49. Remove-Removes and IIS Request WebHandler: Handler


  50. Set-WebHandler: Configures an IIS Request Handler.


  51. Get-WebItemState: Gets the run-time state of a site or an application pool.


  52. Get-WebManagedModule: Gets the managed modules that are configured for a particular application.


  53. New-WebManagedModule: AD DS managed a new module to the IIS request pipeline.


  54. Remove-WebManagedModule: Removes an IIS managed module.


  55. Set-WebManagedModule: Configures an IIS managed module.


  56. Get-WebRequest: Shows IIS requests that are currently being executed.


  57. Get-Website: Gets an IIS Web site.


  58. New-Website: Creates a new IIS Web site.


  59. Remove-Website: Removes an IIS Web site


  60. Start-Website: Starts an IIS Web site.


  61. Stop-Website: Stops the specified Web site.


  62. Get-WebsiteState: Gets the state of an IIS Web site


  63. Get-WebURL Issues: a simple Web request for the specified IIS module location.


  64. Get-WebVirtualDirectory: Gets an IIS virtual directory.


  65. New-WebVirtualDirectory: Creates a new IIS virtual directory.


  66. Remove-WebVirtualDirectory: Removes an IIS virtual directory.


  67. New-WebFtpSite: Create a new FTP7 Site


  68. Restart-WebItem: Restarts an application pool or a Web site.


  69. Start-WebItem: Starts an application pool or a site.


  70. Stop-WebItem: Stops an application pool or a site.



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