Test-MgmtSvcProtectedConfiguration

Tests whether a configuration is protected.

Syntax

Test-MgmtSvcProtectedConfiguration [-Namespace] <String> [<CommonParameters>]

Description

The Test-MgmtSvcProtectedConfiguration cmdlet tests whether the sections of the Web.config file that contain secrets are protected.
If the configuration for the namespace is protected, a value of True is returned.
If the configuration is not protected, a value of False is returned.
The cmdlet displays a warning if the configuration is not protected.

It is recommended that you keep your Web.config file protected.
To protect a configuration, use the Protect-MgmtSvcConfiguration cmdlet.
You can unprotect your configuration to update the Web.config file by using the Unprotect-MgmtSvcConfiguration.
However, you should then return the configuration to a protected state.

Examples

Example 1: Test a protectected configuration

PS C:\> Test-MgmtSvcProtectedConfiguration -Namespace "AdminSite"
This command tests the protected configuration for the namespace AdminSite.

Parameters

-Namespace

Specifies a namespace.

Type:String
Required:True
Position:0
Default value:None
Accept pipeline input:True (ByPropertyName)
Accept wildcard characters:False