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Accessing IIS Objects

Internet Information Service (IIS) is a Microsoft Windows Web service that makes it easy to publish information on your Intranet for the Internet. Web applications that can be created for IIS can be composed of HTML pages, ASP, ASP.NET, Common Gateway Interface (CGI), and COM components that can be called from an ASP page. IIS objects are provided by IIS to make programmatic control as straightforward as possible.

You can access and manipulate the IIS objects in several different ways. You can access the IIS objects by any language that supports Automation such as Microsoft Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript) or JScript in ASP, or Java, C++ and X++.

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