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Command line control interface

Command line control interface

Command line control interface

Does anyone have an idea where Microsoft burried the details on the command line interface commands. I know I have seen them, and microsoft sure talks a lot about it being possible to modify the configuration from the command line, but I can not find the syntax and switch definitions to make this happen running NT4.0 SP3 - IIS 4.0 - Multiple Ip's and virtual servers Thanks in advance for your help. Scott
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RE: Command line control interface

Are you talking about net commands. if so just type at the command prompt net /? you will see the second param.

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