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HI

Running Windows 2008 Server/ IIS 7. I need to restrict access to a particular site from the web server - the restriction should be based on IP. There are about 30 IP addresses only we want to allow, they are in a file named IP_Safe.csv

I've seen this article here: http://www.hrzdata.com/node/46

Which shows how to do this manually.

But we have about 30 servers, is there any way to automate this via Powershell?
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by:becraig
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Here is a quick how to :


http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc733090%28v=ws.10%29.aspx


You can simply loop the command indicated in a powershell script.
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sedgwick earned 500 total points
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in your csv file, have each ip in different line, without headers
create servers.txt file contains all server names in each line.

cls
[Object[]] $ipArray = @()
gc c:\temp\IP_Safe.csv | %{
	$ipArray += $_
}

gc c:\temp\servers.txt | %{
	$server = $_
	
	#get iis object
	$iisObject = new-object System.DirectoryServices.DirectoryEntry("IIS://" + $server + "/w3svc/1/root")
	
	#get iis security property object
	$ipSec = $iisObject.Properties["IPSecurity"].Value
	
	#update binding flags to GetProperty
	$bindingFlags = [Reflection.BindingFlags] "Public, Instance, GetProperty"
	
	#get currently deny list
	$ipList = $ipSec.GetType().InvokeMember("IPDeny", $bindingFlags, $null, $ipSec, $null);
	
	#add to new ip list
	$ipArray += , $ipList
	
	#update binding flags to SetProperty
	$bindingFlags = [Reflection.BindingFlags] "Public, Instance, SetProperty"
	
	#update deny ip list
	$ipList = $ipSec.GetType().InvokeMember("IPDeny", $bindingFlags, $null, $ipSec, $ipArray);
	
	#set iis security property object
	$iisObject.Properties["IPSecurity"].Value = $ipSec
	
	#commit changes
	$iisObject.CommitChanges()
}

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based on this post:
Using Powershell to Manipulate IP Restrictions on IIsWebVirtualDir
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