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I have 5 servers all setup in a failover sequence.  Right now I am using a service to syncronize the files across all 5 servers.  The only problem that remains is that when I setup a domain, I need to set it up in IIS on all 5 servers.  I dont just setup one domain here and there.  I setup like 10 domains a day!

Is there a way to syncronize the IIS metabase across all 5 servers?  They're all windows 2003 server.

Right now I use a 'master' server for the files.  I would be nice if I could just make my IIS changes on the 'master' server, then it updates automatically across the other 4 servers.

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Assuming the paths are identical on all servers, you should be able to use the iiscnfg.vbs utility for that (which replaced iissync.vbs in Windows 2000); check here for details (and, as usual, backup the target machine before running it the first time):
Copying IIS Configurations Using Iiscnfg.vbs
http://technet2.microsoft.com/WindowsServer/en/Library/dd2cc52d-dfda-481b-bd65-f234132b286e1033.mspx
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Great!  Thanks!
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