Categories Asides IIS Authentication Plugin Post author By Matt Post date August 15, 2007 3 Comments on IIS Authentication Plugin IIS Authentication plugin for the WordPress PHP blogging engine. So wrong, yet so right. Share this: Related Passwords and Brute ForceApril 12, 2013In "Asides"Authentication in WordPress 2.8March 10, 2009In "Asides"LDAP AuthenticationFebruary 25, 2005In "Asides" Tags Microsoft, WordPress, authentication, iis ← WordPress India Logo → Farewell Splashblog 3 replies on “IIS Authentication Plugin” Hehe, I’ll take it. I have a couple more of these in the pipeline, so if you think I am violating some unwritten / religious rule by combining WordPress and IIS7, please let me know 🙂 Otherwise, prepare to enjoy the newly minted marriage of PHP and IIS. Regards, Mike That’s awesome! I am excited for IIS 7 which really is a great server. I used to be anti-everything MS until I started working in a .NET shop. The Microsoft development framework is actually quite impressive. IIS 7 will also allow open source languages to play nicely together. I have a dream (dramatic pause) that one day we could leverage the strengths of .NET, PHP, Ruby, Perl, etc all on one platform. Oh wait, we’re already getting there! Chris, I think you dream may start becoming reality soon 🙂 Check out my post for some info on getting Ruby on Rails running using FastCGI: 10 steps to get Ruby on Rails running on Windows with IIS FastCGI. More to come! Comments are closed.