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Publish ASP.NET Web App to IIS using import publish settings in Visual Studio

You can use the Publish tool to import publish settings and then deploy your app directly out of Visual Studio. These steps apply to ASP.NET, ASP.NET Core, and .NET Core apps in Visual Studio. In this tutorial, you will: Configure IIS so that you can generate a publish settings fileCreate a publish settings fileImport the…



IIS – create Web Site using PowerShell

In this article i’ll quickly document ‘how to create a web site using PowerShell’. IISAdministration vs WebAdministration Modules You have two options for managing IIS. You can use WebAdministration or IISAdministration. But which one should you use? If you’re using IIS IIS 10.0 or higher, the newer IISAdministration module offers a lot of improvements over the older…



ASP on IIS – are you listening? Tell me your configuration

Sometimes you add and configure an IIS site and you just don’t get an answer using http or https. this happend to me yesterday so i decided to dig a little and get a better understanding of whats going on. when i started developing Active Server Pages (ASP) back in the year 2000 (i feel…



Install Windows 10 Upgrade 2004/20H2 from command line / using a PowerShell Script

Usually we deploy Windows 10 feature and cummulative updates using a deployment solution like Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager or Ivanti DSM or LANDesk or lately using the new Infrastructure Manager which is only available in beta by request. And then, sometimes we need to update notebooks which are not ‘well-connected’. First we used to ship/send…




Visual Studio Console App (.NET Framework) using Entity Framework and LocalDB

I often use Visual Studio and LocalDB in combination with Entity Framework 6+ for Prototyping or to make a quick sample. I also publish them sometimes to my Github Page Sample Code for this post can be found here: https://github.com/itsChris/Sample-EF-RelationsApp In the following steps we’ll: Create a .NET Framework 4.5 Console App -> not .NET…