PowerShell is a very powerful command-line and scripting language that can be used to administer applications running on the Windows platform. It is tightly integrated with the .NET Framework and provides full access to existing COM, WMI, and .NET capabilities. PowerShell tasks are executed using cmdlets, which are small pieces of code that perform a specific function. PowerShell can also be used to administer a system remotely, and it can be used to monitor the health or change the configuration of the Windows operating system itself.
This section discusses PowerShell capabilities specific to IIS. Examples of what you can do with IIS from PowerShell include the following:
This section discusses the following topics:
PowerShell works together with the server management objects and allows an administrator to perform a large number of IIS actions. Those objects also expose attributes, such as web ...