Thenamespace contains classes that a developer can use to administer IIS Manager. With the classes in this namespace, an administrator can read and write configuration information to ApplicationHost.config, Web.config, and Administration.config files.
Defines properties common to all applications in Internet Information Services (IIS).
Defines the default values for applications that are created for a Web site.
Represents the isolated environment for managed applications in a worker process.
Represents a collection of ApplicationDomain objects.
Provides methods and properties to configure and manage IIS 7 application pools.
Represents a collection of ApplicationPool objects.
Configures default values for CPU usage parameters and CPU actions that all application pools on a server use.
Configures default values for all application pools on a Web server.
Defines the actions to take when an application pool fails.
Specifies conditions that govern application pool recycling.
Represents the process model settings for an application pool.
Configures recycling settings for an application pool.
Represents the binding instructions for a Web site.
Represents a collection of bindings.
Represents a configuration file for a particular computer, application, or resource.
Represents a single property in a configuration element.
Represents a collection of related configuration attributes.
Provides access to the attributes that define the schema for a configuration attribute.
Represents a collection of ConfigurationAttributeSchema objects.
Represents a collection of related child configuration elements.
Represents the schema for a collection in the IIS 7 configuration system.
Represents an element in a configuration file.
Represents a collection of configuration elements.
Provides the abstract base class for a strongly typed collection of configuration elements.
Represents the schema for a configuration element.
Represents a collection of ConfigurationElementSchema objects.
Defines an attribute in the IIS 7 configuration system that validates against a list of accepted schema-defined values.
Represents a collection of configuration enumeration values.
Represents a method that is implemented as an IIS configuration extension.
Represents a collection of configuration methods.
Represents an instance of a ConfigurationMethod.
Provides access to the method that defines the schema for a configuration method.
Represents a section of configuration data in the IIS 7 configuration system.
Represents a single request to an IIS 7 server.
Represents a collection of active requests in a worker process.
Defines the schedule for a single event.
Represents a collection of Schedule objects.
Defines a configuration section.
Represents a collection of related SectionDefinition objects.
Provides access to a group of related configuration section groups or configuration section definitions.
Represents a collection of related SectionGroup objects.
Provides read and write access to the IIS 7 configuration system.
The exception that is thrown when the server manager is unable to perform a requested operation.
Defines a properties and methods common to all Web sites configured in IIS.
Represents a collection of Site objects.
Contains the default values for IIS 7 Web site properties.
Exposes connection-related limits for a Web site.
Configures logging for a Web site.
Configures log settings for failed requests.
Defines methods and properties that are common to all virtual directories in IIS 7.
Represents a collection of virtual directories for a particular application or site context.
Defines the default values for virtual directories that are created for an application or Web site.
Provides access to configuration files for Web applications.
Specifies the paths of the Machine.config and Web.config files.
Defines methods and properties that are common to all worker processes in IIS 7.
Represents a collection of WorkerProcess objects.
Specifies the kind of authentication that you can use to establish a logon session for a secured virtual directory.
Specifies the response to the client when an XML Web service is unavailable.
Contains flags that determine which categories of information are written to the log file or data source during logging events.
Specifies the formatting to use for recording the log file.
Determines when a new IIS log file is created.
Determines how the server processes requests for managed code.
Specifies the running state of an IIS object.
Specifies the override behavior of a configuration section.
Specifies the current execution status of the request process.
Specifies the process model identity of an application pool.
Specifies the action that IIS takes when an application pool exceeds the CPU limit specified by the ApplicationPoolCpu.Limit property.
Defines the reasons for application pool recycling that will cause IIS to log an event.
Indicates the running state for a worker process.
The classes in thenamespace contain a series of convenient top-level objects that allow the developer to perform administrative tasks. The different logical objects available include sites, applications, application pools, application domains, virtual directories, and worker processes. You can use the API to obtain and work with the configuration and state of these objects and to perform such actions as creating a site, starting or stopping a site, deleting an application pool, recycling an application pool, and even unloading application domains.