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For some time now I have been looking for a way to administer IIS with ColdFusion. I have done numerous Web queries to find if anybody had already created CFCs to do this... l had no luck finding one.

So this weekend I sat down and created it myself utilizing CFexecute and IISWeb.vbs. I found it relatively easy to create the component I needed using the iisweb.vbs for IIS. I also for the first time created a project and put my code to open source for anyone to use.

http://iisweb.riaforge.org

I've never really used to cfexecute too often and it has opened the door to numerous other things I can do with VBScript and cfexecute.

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Comment by Michael van Leest on March 3, 2009 at 22:29
Great! I never had the time for it to investigate... thanks a lot!
Comment by Nick Tong on March 3, 2009 at 9:55
Nice work Lance


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