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Does anyone know if there is a open-source or built-in way to view ALL IIS and http.sys endpoints/sites via a GUI?

The problem I have is that I'm a little wary of having no visibility for http.sys applications (e.g. SQL Reporting Services 2008) and their status, logs, security settings, etc. I know there is documentation how to do this via command line and registry hacks but it seems there has to be a better way.

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HTTP Server API Configuration, is a GUI tool that lists endpoints and allows you to set ACLs. The author 'Nicolas Dorier' also has a nice article 'Demystify http.sys with HttpSysManager' on which describes his tool.

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I hope this command can help you.

netsh http show urlacl
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You don't like reading, right? Which part of "UI" or "GUI" is not clear? A command line tool does not qualify as answer. – TomTom Oct 12 '12 at 12:09

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