One thing I hate about IIS is that it is so hard to find the information you need to script it. Take the Application Mappings dialog that controls which executable runs to handle a file extension when a request comes into the ISS to serve up a page in a virtual directory. How could you guess that you are looking for the "ScriptMaps" value in the metabase? I only managed to find it because I searched for the code fragment
GetObject("IIS://LocalHost/W3SVC/1/root") and "Application Mappings" which enabled me to find the linked page.
If you came in from a search I guess that you are reading this because you are trying to do the same thing.
"NetRadar is a tool for analyzing network topology for congestion problems. It is targeted mainly at networking experts, but can be used by anyone with a network connection."
Make pretty pictures of your local network.
schtasks also allows you run stuff remotely.
Also rcmd.exe from the Resource Kit can be used
I just installed MT-Blacklist and now I need a post to comment on.
Having your build run at least daily is considered a good idea if not essential:
For the record: "Mapping Differences Between JIS X 0221 and Code Page 932".
A simpler way to specify and generate XML Schemas RELAX NG Compact Syntax
I was looking for an XPath Turorial and found this one.
If you are trying to install Japanese Keyboard on English Windows XP the trick is to uncheck the "show compatible hardware" box when you do an update driver. By doing that you get all the choices of keyboards including Japanese.
The Trouble with Checked Exceptions a Conversation with Anders Hejlsberg II