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Is there an interface separate from the regular IIS manager?

When I search on IISExpress I find only a link to a folder full of logs related to IISExpress sites that had been spawned by Visual Studio.

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The management of IIS Express is the command line files located in c:\Program Files\IIS Express or c:\Program Files (x86)\IIS Express

Here's a little more about it.

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There isn't an equivalent to the normal IIS7 control panel that I'm aware of, but when IIS Express is running there is usually a management tool that appears in the system tray that will let you do things like shut down or remove sites or recycle processes.

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Jexus Manager for IIS Express is a management console that's quite similar to IIS Manager,

https://blog.lextudio.com/2014/10/jexus-manager-for-iis-express/

Jexus Manager for IIS Express

Unlike command line access (IIS Express's appcmd), or a small set of settings to change (like other IIS Express utilities or Visual Studio/WebMatrix), Jexus Manager is designed to provide access to as many settings as possible (even more than IIS Manager if technically feasible).

You can download the latest Alpha build from

https://jexus.codeplex.com/releases/view/138373

Feedback is welcome.

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