I LOVE POWERSHELL
Web Application Proxy LOVES POWERSHELL
For us PowerShell is the fundamental API to our system. This is how the UI works. This is how our remote management work. This is how we test the product. This is how we deploy it in our own labs.
As you probably noticed, the UI wizards always end by showing you the PowerShell command it sends to apply the changes. This is a great way for you to learn the basics, how to start doing the regular stuff. But, we have more for you. Here are some advanced commands and how you can use them with the PowerShell goodies to better manage your Web Application Proxy deployments.
To start, here are the commands aliases that allow much shorter and more readable scripts:
Now let’s see the most common PowerShell tricks using the standard cmdlets:
As Web Application Proxy is a standard Windows Server role service, you can use many Windows Server PowerShell tools to control Web Application Proxy:
And finally, here are some tricks for managing Web Application Proxy multi-machine deployments:
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Thanks for posting this!