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Stoping IIS serverV1

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hi

Does anyone have any idea how to stop the IIS http server programaticly with VB? just as it the "stop" button was pressed on the management console?


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Hi
It's pretty simple

Private Sub CmdStop_Click()
    Path = "IIS://localhost/W3SVC/1"
    Action = "setstate"
    Set currentobj = GetObject(Path)
    currentobj.Stop
End Sub

Private Sub CmdStart_Click()
    Path = "IIS://localhost/W3SVC/1"
    Action = "setstate"
    Set currentobj = GetObject(Path)
    currentobj.Start
End Sub


In the path string, the number at the end, is the iis' internal reference to the website. Se below if you don't know how to find it.


To find the websites number:

In the MMC
- Click the website that you will find.
- Rightclick and choose properties
- Click properties on the button next to the loggin settings

You will now see the logfilename.
It starts in the directory "W3SVC1"
The number in the end of W3SVC1 is the number you want to see.

Good luck

Sincerely

Kim Kähler




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