How to configure IIS logging using PowerShell
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Log files are great places to look when troubleshooting or analyzing your website traffic. Every time your IIS receives a client’s request, it records that request in a log file. In this post, I want to show you how to use PowerShell to configure and manage IIS log files, such as changing the logging frequency or setting the folder where IIS will store log files or, if you prefer, how to turn off logging.
How to install IIS on Windows Server with SSL using PowerShell
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Today I want to show you how to install Internet Information Server (IIS) on my favorite operating system, Windows Server using PowerShell. IIS is a great feature that allows us to provide our server with an extensible web server.
Azure Storage: Managing containers and blobs
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Hello everyone, in this post, I want to show you the Azure PowerShell commands that I have been collecting to manage containers and blobs in the Azure Storage service. Prerequisites
How to Host a Static Website Directly on an Azure Storage Account
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Today, in this post, I want to show you how to use Azure PowerShell to create a static website in Azure Storage GPv2 accounts. This interesting functionality allows us to publish a static website without any additional cost, only the storage used.
How to Managing Non-Domain joined Server using Server Manager
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Today I want to show you how to manage non-domain joined servers or Workgroup servers using Server Manager. This can be very useful when working with multiple domains and managing all from the same computer.