IIS 7 and Above
Now available for download: Release Candidate of IIS PowerShell Snap-...
Last post Apr 28, 2009 12:18 PM by sergeia
Jan 16, 2009 01:40 PM|thomad|LINK
The new IIS7 PowerShell Snap-in is available for download.
Have a look!
Jan 27, 2009 05:19 AM|13xforever|LINK
I can't install it on Windows 7 beta (x64). Installer claims that I don't have IIS 7 installed.
CTP2 installed without any fuse though.
PS: as a hack I changed minor version of IIS from 5 to 0 here: HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\InetStp
Jan 31, 2009 11:33 PM|sergeia|LINK
This is "by design". What you have in Win7 beta is practically the same code as RC of powershell snapin, which is for downlevel versions only.
Feb 02, 2009 05:12 AM|13xforever|LINK
So, you're saying that IIS 7.5 comes with PS snap-in pre-installed? Hmmm... didn't notice. And anyway, when launching installer, it says: you don't have IIS 7
or later installed. I think you should clarify this somehow.
PS: how could I change SSL settings for web applications (e.g. require SSL + Ignore / Accept / Require client certificate)?
Feb 16, 2009 08:00 PM|daveclarke|LINK
That is just a ridiculous situation and you should fix it. I can only imagine that perhaps this is a bug and you just haven't figured it out yet. I'm using Windows Web Server 2008 r2 Core with IIS 7 installed and I want to use the PowerShell IIS plug-in.
Having to modify a registry entry to allow it to install is not OK, quite apart from the time I've wasted trying to find out why it hasn't installed. Thanks for the hack 13xforever btw.
Mar 10, 2009 01:27 AM|sergeia|LINK
This is fixed for release. Thanks for reporting this.
Hacking IIS version in the registry is not a good solution, because you may confuse other tools that may depend on version.
Apr 28, 2009 07:34 AM|13xforever|LINK
So, there's a RC of Win7 and there's still no IIS snap-in shipped with it.
AND there's no way to install a release of snap-in on Win7, only RC is hackable... it is very... inconvenient... :-(
Apr 28, 2009 12:18 PM|sergeia|LINK
This is not exactly true. Windows 7 has WebAdministration module instead of snap-in. To enable this module you need to run command "import-module WebAdministration" either from your session or from profile script. Besides this there is no differences between
snap-in released Out-of-Band and module in Windows 7.