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iis6 - how to stop all sites at once or command line?

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iis6 - how to stop all sites at once or command line?
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Question by:longjumps
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by:zackmccracken
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iisreset /stop  ?
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by:Leon Fester
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or net stop w3svc
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by:Sushil Sonawane
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Please refer below link this might be help you out.

http://forums.iis.net/t/1171138.aspx/1
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All the options abouve are correct.  here is just a little bit of clarification to help you chose which one you would like to use.

1. iisreset /stop
    This stop All Internet sevices. SMTP, FTP, W3SVC, NNTP etc...

2. C:\WINDOWS\system32\IISweb.vbs
     This is the equivalant of right clicking on the site in IIS Management and saying STOP.

      eg:  IISweb.vbs /stop "sitename1" "sitename2" "sitename3"

3. net stop w3svc
    This stops only the WWW Service which impacts all your Web Sites.

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Hades666
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