[New Tool] IIS Management
Please provide a management interface for IIS, since you already have the functionality using the code from manage.iis.net and its REST API counterpart
This is available on preview in the latest version of WAC at aka.ms/wacdownload
You could always use powershell within to manage and configure the IIS domains.
But you need to install the IIS administration tool first https://github.com/Microsoft/IIS.WebManager
IIS extension \o/
J. Greg Mackinnon commented
Until IIS is supported in WAC, it is essentially unmanageable via best practices.
1. It is a best practice to avoid the use of RDP for server administration.
2. It is a best practice to use Smart Card MFA for server administration.
3. The original IIS remote admin service is not compatible with Smart Card authentication.
4. Manage.iis.net is not suitable for managing IIS at scale.
IIS is not manageable at scale when using MS best practices! Please prioritize adding IIS administration to WAC. We need this!
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Microsoft already do has IIS web management - see https://github.com/Microsoft/IIS.WebManager - just integrate it…
J. Greg Mackinnon commented
This is absolutely necessary. The pain required to enable and secure access to the IIS Remote Administration service is ridiculous. Between activating the service on each IIS instance, managing firewall exceptions to access the service, and installing RSAT plus the remote management extension on all Windows 10 management workstations, getting buy-in for use of Windows Server Core is difficult (to say the least).
manage.iis.net shows what you can do... please stream this interface into WAC as soon as possible. The difficulty of remote IIS administration severely limits Server Core adoption.
Michael Smit commented
I agree, WAC has many of the tools I use for Desktop IIS installations like the process monitor and certificate management, adding IIS management would put everything in a single interface.
On the Windows Admin Center, Manager IIS: Create apppools, site, change configuration ...
Build a file compare feature into Web Admin center. Ex: Beyond Compare from Scooter software.
Is it possible for Web Admin Center to manage Unix / Linux servers.
Please make Windows Admin Center compatible with Windows 2008 R2.
Luka Pribanić commented
As mentioned earlier, if MS wants us to use Core more, these kind of web ui is needed
It would be really good. It's a great idea.
great idea. Please add IIS Manager to Honolulu
Kristoffer Ström commented
This should definitely be in there if MS wants to promote core more!
Easier adjustment i.e. for the port and SSL certificate.
Access/Error-Logs and all the sweet IIS-Features.