Managing FTP Sites Using Scripts (IIS 6.0)

You can use the command-line script iisftp.vbs, which is stored in systemroot\System32, to create and manage File Transfer Protocol (FTP) sites on computers running a member of the Microsoft Windows Server™ 2003 family with Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0.

Iisftp.vbs performs some of the same operations that are available in IIS Manager. You can use either tool to administer IIS FTP sites.

This section includes the following information:

Creating FTP Sites Using Iisftp.vbs: Describes how to create and isolate FTP sites on local or remote computers by using iisftp.vbs.

Deleting FTP Sites Using Iisftp.vbs: Describes how to delete FTP sites on local or remote computers by using iisftp.vbs.

Starting FTP Sites Using Iisftp.vbs: Describes how to start FTP sites on local or remote computers by using iisftp.vbs.

Stopping FTP Sites Using Iisftp.vbs: Describes how to stop FTP sites on local or remote computers by using iisftp.vbs.

Pausing FTP Sites Using Iisftp.vbs: Describes how to pause FTP sites on local or remote computers by using iisftp.vbs.

Listing FTP Sites Using Iisftp.vbs: Describes how to list FTP sites on local or remote computers by using iisftp.vbs.

Setting Active Directory User Isolation Using Iisftp.vbs: Describes how to get and set user isolation on local or remote computers by using iisftp.vbs.



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