Extending the TreeView in IIS 7 in Windows Vista

Extending the Hierarchy Tree View in InetMgrInetMgr exposes several extensibility points that developers can use to plug-in their own features and make them look and feel just as the built-in functionality. One of those extensibility features is the hierarchy tree view and is exposed mainly through three classes: HierarchyService. This class is the class that…

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See you at TechEd

Tomorrow I’ll be leaving for Boston to attend TechEd 2006. This time I will be showing off the new user interface we have been creating for IIS 7, including its tons of new features as well as the new extensibility API that we have created for developers using managed code. I’ll be giving the following…

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http://www.IIS.net is live!

Today we launched our first public team web site. http://www.IIS.net In this web site we are publishing a lot of interesting content, from walkthroughs to videos targeting IT professionals, Web Hosters and of course my favorite… developers. Some of my favorites are: Configuration Overviewhttp://www.iis.net/default.aspx?tabid=2&subtabid=25&i=944 IIS7 Module Overviewhttp://www.iis.net/default.aspx?tabid=2&subtabid=25&i=930 ASP.NET Integration with IIS7http://www.iis.net/default.aspx?tabid=2&subtabid=25&i=928 Overview of Runtime Status and…

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The new Configuration System in IIS 7

Today I was planning on talking about the configuration classes that I purposedly skipped in my last post, but I realized it would be better to explain a little bit more about the new configuration system used in IIS 7.First of all, many of you (as me) will be extremely happy to know that the…

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Microsoft.Web.Administration in IIS 7

While creating the new administration stack in IIS 7, we were looking into the different ways users could manipulate the server configuration as well as the new runtime information available in IIS 7 (Internally we call this RSCA-Runtime State and Control API) from managed code, and we realized we needed to provide a simpler and…

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