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Merge folders with Windows PowerShell script

Detect changes and merge folders and files with PowerShell script
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When deploying application to specific location it is often required to deploy only few files and not the whole deployment package. For example, if you changed only single static image file in your ASP.NET WebApplication, there is no reason to overwrite bin folder content and cause WebApplication on IIS to restart ... read more

Get .NET Framework version installed on Windows using PowerShell

How to find out installed version of .NET Framework with PowerShell
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Finding out installed .NET Framework version on the host Windows OS is not an everyday job, but when it comes to deployments of the .NET application it is needed to check if the host supports targeting .NET Framework version. Starting from .NET Framework 4.5, Microsoft is storing .NET Framework version as a key in registry HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\NET Framework Setup\NDP\v4\Full\Release ... read more

Exporting SSL certificate to PFX format for using on IIS or Azure

Getting SSL certificate PFX format for IIS or Azure WebApp using OpenSSL
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Hether your website requires SSL secured connection through HTTPS or not, it is even recommended by Google to use SSL for your website. Starting from 2005 Google page ranking takes into consideration whether your page has SSL certificate installed and serer content thorough HTTPS ... read more

Complex parameters in Windows PowerShell scripting

Passing and handling parameter in Windows PowerShell script
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Like in any other language, in PowerShell we also want to reuse our code and execute same set of operations with different parameters. PowerShell has great support for parameters which can be used in PowerShell script invocation.If you want your script to accept parameters you need to declare them in the script file ... read more

Setting ASP.NET application on IIS always running with PowerShell

Switch off AppPool timeout with PowerShell script
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When creating new website with new application pool, bu default IIS sets your application pool in a way to save resources when inactive. This is because it does not want to run your website all the time if is there is no activity on it and keep using resources on the host for idle worker processes (w3wp.exe). This is the reason you might experience slow response when opening your website URL from time to time especially if your website has low traffic. ... read more

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