We saw yesterday the different ways to install IIS7.x with PowerShell. “When I’m paid, I always follow my job through. You know …
Question: What’s the best way to have standardized websites accross server(s)?
Answer: Using a script to create them! Thus, all websites will meet the same standards
In this example, the only mandatory parameter is the website display name. All others have default values, but the script will list them and ask confirmation before creating the website.
Furthermore, a selection of the IP address to use is required (yes, a webserver can have multiple IP address configured, I hope so by the way, at least two -one for the admin network-).
Installs a .pfx file
Determine if Central W3C logging is ‘per site’ or ‘per server’