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Getting IIS Application Pools Process Information via PowerShell using CIM
Posted in Windows Powershell | No Comment | 893 views | 28/07/2015 17:51

These are IIS Application Pool Process properties that you can get using CIM via PowerShell.

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# WebSite AppPool Information
$WebSiteAppPools = Get-CimInstance -Namespace "root\MicrosoftIISv2" -ClassName "IIsApplicationPoolSetting" -OperationTimeoutSec 15 -EA Stop
 
$WebSiteAppPool = $WebSiteAppPools[0];
 
# IIS AppPool Process Information
[string]$WebSiteAppPoolEnable32BitAppOnWin64 = $WebSiteAppPool.Enable32BitAppOnWin64
[string]$WebSiteAppPoolIdleTimeout = $WebSiteAppPool.IdleTimeout
[string]$WebSiteAppPoolLoadBalancerCapabilities = $WebSiteAppPool.LoadBalancerCapabilities
[string]$WebSiteAppPoolLogEventOnRecycle = $WebSiteAppPool.LogEventOnRecycle
[string]$WebSiteAppPoolLogonMethod = $WebSiteAppPool.LogonMethod
[string]$WebSiteAppPoolManagedPipelineMode = $WebSiteAppPool.ManagedPipelineMode
[string]$WebSiteAppPoolManagedRuntimeVersion = $WebSiteAppPool.ManagedRuntimeVersion
[string]$WebSiteAppPoolMaxProcesses = $WebSiteAppPool.MaxProcesses

You can find more properties in my blog.



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