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Web server settings in Unattended Beacon installation

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Hi, 

With Powershell scripting, I'm able to install the beacon software (with installbeacon.ps1) and all the IIS requirements (features, Certificates, bindings etc) but the only thing which I cannot do is enabling the IIS web server under the Web Server Settings automatically. 

Is there a way for enabling the IIS web server with HTTPS via the answer file or via any other method?

 

Stefan

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ChrisG
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I believe the beacon local web server configuration can only be managed through the UI - I don't know of any other interface that can be used to do that.

It's an interesting thought though. If you feel having an interface that supports better automation here without human interaction would be helpful, please log an idea in Flexera Ideas to help the Flexera Product team assess the level of interest.

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ChrisG
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I believe the beacon local web server configuration can only be managed through the UI - I don't know of any other interface that can be used to do that.

It's an interesting thought though. If you feel having an interface that supports better automation here without human interaction would be helpful, please log an idea in Flexera Ideas to help the Flexera Product team assess the level of interest.

(Did my reply solve the question? Click "ACCEPT AS SOLUTION" to help others find answers faster. Liked something? Click "KUDO". Anything expressed here is my own view and not necessarily that of my employer, Flexera.)
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