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Internet Information Services: What’s New in Windows Server 2012 R2

With the release of the new version of Windows Server 2012 R2 comes a new version of IIS, IIS 8.5.
IIS continues to grow as a key investment area for web hosting, with new and exciting improvements in scalability and more. This session includes demos of how these new features can be key parts of your real-life web deployment.


Tired of using ‘System.Net.WebClient’ as I am? Upgrade to PowerShell v3 and use Invoke-WebRequest instead!
My first application of Invoke-WebRequest is to create a broken links checker for my website. Choose a webpage URI to scan, it will get all the links in it, and make a hit for each one.
Check-BrokenLinks | HTTP Status codes | Monitor-Website

Switch between PowerShell versions

You’ve install PowerShell V3 (and that’s a good thing!) but you have to test a script to be sure it will run properly on a PowerShell V2 host. Luckily, we can switch between the two versions.

E-Book Gallery for Microsoft Technologies

Download content for ASP.NET, Office, SQL Server, Windows Azure, SharePoint Server and other Microsoft technologies in e-book formats. Reference, guide, and step-by-step …

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