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Dump all IIS 7 Configuration to a file

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I have two IIS servers, Windows 2008 R2 that I want to compare the configuration of. ( happens to also be an Exchange server )

Looked at APPCMD, trying to compare the main IIS configure, default web site and all properties.

I know that we configured a redirect for the iisstart page, but I didn't see that detail in the appcmd dump.

I am looking for all sub properties. I saw a powershell Get-WebServerConfiguration but just like AppCMD the directions to dump all properties were hard to find.

Thanks,
Mark

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ApplicationHost.config -> IIS config

Administration.config -> IIS Manager settings

In IIS-Manager:
1. Features View, double-click Shared Configuration.
2.  Actions pane, click Export Configuration

More incl. export of encryption Keys:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc753268(WS.10).aspx
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