The ASP tab holds PowerShell ASP related settings.
Below are the available options for this tab:
- Enable PowerShell ASP: Whether the PowerShell ASP web server will be listening or not.
- Max Connections: Maximum number of concurrent connections to the PowerShell ASP web server.
- Log Mode: Specifies the level of detail to log about the server execution.
- Enable Plain Text: If checked, the server will listen for plain text connections on the specified port.
- Plain Text Port: The TCP port the server will listen on for plain text connections.
- Enable SSL: If checked, the server will listen for SSL connections on the specified port.
- SSL Port: The TCP port the server will listen on for SSL connections.
- SSL Server Certificate: SSL certificate used by the server.
Note that additional PowerShell ASP specific settings are available in the registry, as documented on the RegistryKeys page.
PowerShell ASP is an ASP-like template language for Web Applications. PowerShell ASP templates contain a mixture of markup (HTML, XML or whatever you want to generate) and inline PowerShell script. You can use PowerShell ASP inside your existing applications, or create complete applications from scratch based only on PowerShell ASP pages.
PowerShell ASP also allows you to generate and serve RSS and Atom feeds from PowerShell scripts executed on an ASP.NET Web Server. Feeds are generated automatically based on the objects returned by the execution of the PowerShell script in a PowerShell pipeline.