How to use tinyget in Windows 7 Pro and IIS 7.x

I want to attempt to use tinyget for stress testing and debugging in visual studio.  I am using .net 4 64 bit webs on a Windows 7 Pro machine so I am not sure this is possible.  Does anyone have any experience in successfully setting this up?  Thanks.
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Brad HoweDevOps ManagerCommented:
Give WCAT a shot.  It's free, incorporates in to perfmon and is a much more robust stress testing tool then tinyget.

Web Capacity Analysis Tool (WCAT):

Overview: Web Capacity Analysis Tool (WCAT) is a lightweight HTTP load generation tool primarily designed to measure the performance of a web server within a controlled environment. WCAT can simulate thousands of concurrent users making requests to a single web site or multiple web sites. The WCAT engine uses a simple script to define the set of HTTP requests to be played back to the web server. Extensibility is provided through plug-in DLLs and a standard, simple API.

•HTTP 1.0 and HTTP 1.1 capable
 •Supports IPv6 Multithreaded Support
 •Supports generating stress from multiple machines
•Extensible through C plug-in
•DLLs Supports Performance Counter integration
•Measures throughput and response time
•Supports SSL requests
•NTLM Authentication request support
•Easily supports testing thousand of concurrent users
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Sample test plan:

ws11Author Commented:
Awesome I will take a look.  I am trying to learn how to analyze dump files in VS 2010 and saw a video where they were using tinyget but have not determined if tinyget was usable beyond IIS 6.
ws11Author Commented:
After reviewing this looks pretty good.
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