To XML install or not to XML install
For as long as I know, I have used PowerShell to install Internet Information System (IIS). The method of which I use PowerShell to install the features have changed, but its still PowerShell.
Originally I was given an XML file that was generated, and I would use that to install the features, but once my scripting skills advanced I learned that there were other ways to do it. … Continue reading
At work we have started to make a push to get as many servers off of RDM (Raw Device Mapping) drives in the virtual environment as we can. We use the RDM drives with MSCS (Microsoft Server Cluster Service) with SQL, but we do have a few application failover cluster as well. With this change we have an influx of iSCSI (Internet Small Computer Systems Interface) drive configurations along with MPIO (Multipath I/O) configured. … Continue reading
In the last couple of weeks I had to configure several servers that needed to be the same as in a lower environment. So instead of just guessing what i installed several months ago, I wrote a script to do it for me.
In order for this script to work, it needs to be ran from the local server that needs to have the new windows features to be installed.… Continue reading