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stop/start IIS

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/03/03

I know, old knowledge, but I only recently added the below batch files to file collection.

Why? Because since a few Windows versions, the System process uses port 80 because IIS is installed by default in many configurations. And recently I had to do quote a bit of http communication work against a local machine outside the IIS realm.

windows 7 – Why is System process listening on Port 80? – Super User.

Stop IIS:

:: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22084561/difference-between-iisreset-and-iis-stop-start-command
:checkPrivileges
  net file 1>nul 2>nul
  if '%errorlevel%' == '0' ( goto :gotPrivileges ) else ( goto :getPrivileges )

:isNotAdmin
:getPrivileges
  echo You need to be admin running with an elevated security token to run %0
  goto :exit

:isAdmin
:gotPrivileges
::  net stop w3svc
::  net stop iisadmin
  iisreset /stop

:exit
  ::pause
  exit /b

Start IIS:

:: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22084561/difference-between-iisreset-and-iis-stop-start-command
:checkPrivileges
  net file 1>nul 2>nul
  if '%errorlevel%' == '0' ( goto :gotPrivileges ) else ( goto :getPrivileges )

:isNotAdmin
:getPrivileges
  echo You need to be admin running with an elevated security token to run %0
  goto :exit

:isAdmin
:gotPrivileges
::  net start w3svc
::  net start iisadmin
  iisreset /start

:exit
  ::pause
  exit /b

–jeroen

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