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IIS Website listing report across multiple server

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I need to produce a report of ALL active/stopped IIS Websites (just names) running on around 50 servers (2003) on the same domain. Is there an easy way of doing this without installing third party software or manually connecting to echh server from a single IIS console?

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What version of IIS is running on these servers ?

If you are using IIS6 you can try:

iisweb /query [/s Computer [/u [Domain ]User /p Password ]]

You can even loop this thru a text file list:
for /f %a in (textfile.txt) do iisweb /query /s %a /u domain\user /p password 

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More info:
http://thelazyadmin.com/2005/06/iis-command-line-administration/
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