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#1: remotely administer IIS 6.x via the IIS 6.0 console possible(non V

Posted on 2008-04-23 20:13:49 by markm75

I'm wondering if there is a way, without using vpn, to administer a remote
IIS instance through the local IIS console..

I've tried putting in the DNS name for the server and the user and password,
but this hasnt worked..

IE: test.server.com and user and password..

Is this even possible?

Also.. is there a way to delegate who has rights to use the IIS 6.0 console
and connect to the remote server other than administrators of that remote
server?

Thanks

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#2: Re: remotely administer IIS 6.x via the IIS 6.0 console possible(non V

Posted on 2008-04-24 21:36:31 by Ken Schaefer

It is possible, but requires RPC. RPC doesn't work through most firewalls
(so it doesn't usually work across the interent).

This changes with IIS 7.0, which uses web services over HTTP(S) connection.

Cheers
Ken

--
My IIS blog: http://adopenstatic.com/blog

"markm75" <markm75@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:5BDEC95E-35B8-4200-B79F-D41A6A5FA1D6@microsoft.com...
> I'm wondering if there is a way, without using vpn, to administer a remote
> IIS instance through the local IIS console..
>
> I've tried putting in the DNS name for the server and the user and
> password,
> but this hasnt worked..
>
> IE: test.server.com and user and password..
>
> Is this even possible?
>
> Also.. is there a way to delegate who has rights to use the IIS 6.0
> console
> and connect to the remote server other than administrators of that remote
> server?
>
> Thanks

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#3: Re: remotely administer IIS 6.x via the IIS 6.0 console possible(n

Posted on 2008-04-24 23:00:01 by markm75

"Ken Schaefer" wrote:

> It is possible, but requires RPC. RPC doesn't work through most firewalls
> (so it doesn't usually work across the interent).
>
> This changes with IIS 7.0, which uses web services over HTTP(S) connection.
>
> Cheers
> Ken
>
> --
> My IIS blog: http://adopenstatic.com/blog
>
> "markm75" <markm75@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:5BDEC95E-35B8-4200-B79F-D41A6A5FA1D6@microsoft.com...
> > I'm wondering if there is a way, without using vpn, to administer a remote
> > IIS instance through the local IIS console..
> >
> > I've tried putting in the DNS name for the server and the user and
> > password,
> > but this hasnt worked..
> >
> > IE: test.server.com and user and password..
> >
> > Is this even possible?
> >
> > Also.. is there a way to delegate who has rights to use the IIS 6.0
> > console
> > and connect to the remote server other than administrators of that remote
> > server?
> >
> > Thanks
>
>

So i just need to have the rpc port open on both ends?

Any idea which ports, UDP/TCP this would imply?

Thanks

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