In this post, I just want to keep track of what IIS7 extensions I’ve installed on my development web server, and some brief notes about them. The extensions are located at http://www.iis.net/.
1. Search Engine Optimization Toolkit.
2. Web Platform Installer. This allows for installation of Web Platform Extensions, New Web Applications (i.e. BlogEngine.Net), and Beta Extensions from within the IIS manager. You should really check out the samples. They are also located at: http://www.microsoft.com/web/gallery
3. Advanced logging.
4. Admin Pack 1.0. Originally, I was doing some googling on reporting tools for IIS7 and came across a post for an open source report framework that is an extension to IIS. In the post it said that the reporting tools had been added to the Admin Pack. However, once I installed the Admin Pack, I could not find the reports anywhere. Upon further digging, I found some posts stating that the Reporting extension had been pulled at release, but was still in the Admin Pack RC. I could not find anything to suggest that a report extension is forthcoming.
5. URL Rewrite 2.0 (2010-04-05).
6. Microsoft .NET Framework 4 (2010-04-29)
7. Windows Powershell 2.0 (2010-04-29)
8. Visual Web Developer 2010 Express (2010-04-29)
9. Database Manager 1.0 (2010-04-29)
10. ASP.NET MVC 2 (2010-04-29)
11. Windows Cache Extension for PHP 5.2 (2010-04-29)
12. Update for IIS 7.0 FastCGI (KB980363) (2010-04-29)
13. PHP 5.2.13 (2010-04-29)
14. WordPress (2010-04-29)
15. MySQL Connector/Net 5.2 (Dependency) (2010-04-29)
16. MySQL Windows Essential 5.1 (2010-04-29)
17. Hotfix for IIS DB Manager (2010-04-29)