- WFetch - allows you to fully customize an HTTP request and send it to a Web server so that you can see the raw HTTP request and response data. Sort of like Ethereal for IIS.
- SelfSSL - allow you to create and sign you own ssl certificates for testing with ssl in dev environments
- A Metabase Explorer - allows you to view all the configuration properties IIS and it's web sites, app pools, virtual directories, and more
- And an Apache to IIS migration tool which would apparently allow me to migrate an apache web server (and it's configs) to an IIS6.0 server.
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
Been working lately on getting a new IIS web application into production. We've been continuing to run into some more issues with anonymous/integrated windows authentication as the build is progressing through different environments. However, I found this cool tool yesterday that has some neat utilities for working/debugging IIS. It's called the Internet Information Services (IIS) Resource Kit Tools and you can download it here. Some of the cool utilities in that package are: