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Is there a way to get an exhaustive list of files in an IIS6 website?

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I'm really after virtual-physical path mappings. Can the metabase be examined to work out which virtual directory is causing a certain file to be part of the site? – Pete Montgomery May 20 '10 at 9:48
you should edit your original question and add your comment to that instead. – MattB May 20 '10 at 19:21
I can't edit it - I think because I didn't create a user account. – Pete Montgomery May 21 '10 at 11:27
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Have you tried: iisvdir /query {site name}?

This will give you all of the virtual directories of a site and the physical location of those virtual directories.

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