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URL rewriting with IIS's URL Rewrite module

The Code Project Latest Articles, April 8, 2014
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This Article is about how user can make user friendly URL for his website using IIS Plugin without entering into the code strcuture...

Remove the Anonymous Authentication Exception in WCF

The Code Project Latest Articles, April 5, 2014
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Remove the Anonymous Authentication exception that occurs at the time of WCF service (3.5 framework) hosting on IIS...

Best Practice No. 4: Improve bandwidth performance of ASP.NET sites using IIS compression

The Code Project Latest Articles, March 5, 2014
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Best Practice No. 4: Improve bandwidth performance of ASP.NET sites using IIS compression....

IIS: Using Windows Authentication with Minimal Permissions Granted to Disk

Scott Forsyths WebLog, March 3, 2014
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I had a question asked me recently regarding Windows auth and NTFS permissions. Heres the question: When I run an IIS site using Windows Authentication, is there a way to let the Application...

Run ASP.NET Website on Network through IIS 8.0

The Code Project Latest Articles, February 13, 2014
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How to run a website on one PC to another PC through IIS 8.0...

IIS Express (8.0) x Handler Mappings!

The Code Project Latest Articles, January 30, 2014
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How to configure IIS Express "applicationhost.config" for handler mappings...

Shinkansen, My New Project, Is Up On CodePlex

AspNetResources.com articles, news and updates, January 24, 2014
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A couple of days ago I launched my latest project, Shinkansen, on CodePlex (overview and documentation). Overview In a nutshell, Shinkansen is a sever control + HTTP handler combo which allows you...

The Dark Side of File Uploads

AspNetResources.com articles, news and updates, January 24, 2014
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I saw a December MSDN article, entitled Uploading Files in ASP.NET 2.0, and wanted to offer my comments on some gotchas with uploading files. I’ve spent countless hours and tried numerous hacks ...

Hunting For And Finding The IIS Express Settings File

peterkellner.net, December 12, 2013
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ProblemIf you are like me, you use IIS Express for all your Visual Studio 2013 (or 2012) Web Development (ASP.NET).  Its always a pain when you need to change the config because the config file is bur...

How to Host a KeePass Database in IIS 7.5

The Code Project Latest Articles, November 7, 2013
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Create an ASP.NET HTTP handler and configure IIS 7.5 to load and save KeePass databases....

How to Run Crystal Report Runtime on IIS Without Default App Pool

The Code Project Latest Articles, October 29, 2013
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How to run the Crystal report runtime on any app pool and on any port rather then 80 on IIS...

Creating a Reverse Proxy with URL Rewrite for IIS

Scott Forsyths WebLog, October 24, 2013
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There are times when you need to reverse proxy through a server. The most common example is when you have an internal web server that isnt exposed to the internet, and you have a public web server acc...

A tale of ASP.NET, IIS 7.5, chunked responses, and keep-alive

The Code Project Latest Articles, October 21, 2013
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A tale of ASP.NET, IIS 7.5, chunked responses and keep-alive...

Use IIS Application Initialization for keeping ASP.NET Apps alive

Rick Strahls WebLog, October 2, 2013
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Ever want to run a service-like, always-on application inside of ASP.NET instead of creating a Windows Service or running a Console application? Need to make sure that your ASP.NET application is alwa...

Use IIS Application Initialization for keeping ASP.NET Apps alive

Rick Strahls WebLog, October 2, 2013
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I've been working quite a bit with Windows Services in the recent months, and well, it turns out that Windows Services are quite a bear to debug, deploy, update and maintain. The process of getting se...

OWIN Middleware in the IIS Integrated Pipeline

ASP.NET Daily Articles, September 27, 2013
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This article shows how to run OWIN middleware Components (OMCs) in the IIS integrated pipeline, and how to set the pipeline event an OMC runs on. You should review An Overview of Project Katana and......

OWIN Middleware in the IIS Integrated Pipeline

ASP.NET Daily Articles, September 27, 2013
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This article shows how to run OWIN middleware Components (OMCs) in the IIS integrated pipeline, and how to set the pipeline event an OMC runs on. You should review An Overview of Project Katana and......

Hosting SignalR under SSL/https

Rick Strahls WebLog, September 23, 2013
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As I've described in several previous posts, self hosting SignalR is very straight forward to set up. It's easy enough to do, which is great if you need to hook SignalR as an event source to standard ...

Recover IIS When ApplicationHost.config is Ruined

The Code Project Latest Articles, August 2, 2013
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Introduce how to recover IIS when it is broken by bad editing to applicationHost.config...

Enabling Windows Authentication in Katana

ASP.NET Daily Articles, July 30, 2013
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This article shows how to enable Windows Authentication in Katana. It covers two scenarios: Using IIS to host Katana, and using HttpListener to self-host Katana in a custom process. Thanks to Barry......

Enabling Windows Authentication in Katana

ASP.NET Daily Articles, July 30, 2013
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This article shows how to enable Windows Authentication in Katana. It covers two scenarios: Using IIS to host Katana, and using HttpListener to self-host Katana in a custom process. Thanks to Barry......

How can you map a set of old urls to new urls using the IIS Url Rewrite module?

Run Tings Proper, July 28, 2013
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This article takes you through a simple scenario for when you want to map a specific set of website urls to a new set of urls. If you are restructuring your site this is the place to start. When you ...

How can you map a set of old urls to new urls using the IIS Url Rewrite module?

Run Tings Proper, July 28, 2013
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This article takes you through a simple scenario for when you want to map a specific set of website urls to a new set of urls. If you are restructuring your site this is the place to start. When you ...

How can you map a set of old urls to new urls using the IIS Url Rewrite module?

Run Tings Proper, July 28, 2013
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This article takes you through a simple scenario for when you want to map a specific set of website urls to a new set of urls. If you are restructuring your site this is the place to start. When you ...

Command line to add net.tcp bindings in IIS

Sahil Malik - blah.winsmarts.com, July 22, 2013
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SharePoint Training: more information Just putting this here because I kno...

Solve IIS 8 Error: Could not load type System.ServiceModel.Activation.HttpModule

The Code Project Latest Articles, July 1, 2013
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I met an error when I was deploying my WebSocket server application which targeted .NET 4.5 to Windows Server 2012 plus IIS 8. It was an exception shown in browser whenever I tried to open a web page....

A Bug in Custom ISAPI Filter Related to Keep-Alive

The Code Project Latest Articles, June 28, 2013
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I once implemented my own Basic authentication logic in a custom ISAPI filter on IIS 6 and IIS 7.5 (classic mode). I met a bug related to keep-alive.The custom filter checked the credentials (Authoriz...

Ready IIS at Windows 7with only two steps

The Code Project Latest Articles, June 21, 2013
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Installing IIS 7 on Windows Vista and Windows 7....

Best Practice No. 4: Improve bandwidth performance of ASP.NET sites using IIS compression

The Code Project Latest Articles, June 19, 2013
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Best Practice No. 4: Improve bandwidth performance of ASP.NET sites using IIS compression....

free pop3 for Windows 2012 Server

Hannes Preishuber, May 6, 2013
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Our team develops tools for Windows Server. Fifteen years ago we started with a pop3 queuing (popConnect) tool. We offer a free extender for the IIS SMTP Service to support pop3.   &nbs...

Consuming AJAX-Enabled WCF Services from both Client and Server

The Code Project Latest Articles, April 17, 2013
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This is a simple example of an Ajax-Enabled WCF Service (hosted in IIS) that can be consumed by both client-side and server-side code....

Why is the IIS default app pool recycle set to 1740 minutes?

Scott Forsyths WebLog, April 6, 2013
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Microsoft IIS Server has what appears to be an odd default for the application pool recycle time. It defaults to 1740 minutes, which is exactly 29 hours. Ive always been a bit curious where that defau...

WebAPI Tip #7: Beautiful Message Handlers

K. Scott Allen, April 4, 2013
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The WebAPI framework is full of abstractions. There are controllers, filter providers, model validators, and many other components that form the plumbing of the framework. However, there are only thre...

Taking an Orchard site offline while you update it

More Whidbey stuff, March 12, 2013
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If your hosted environment does not give you a staging site and the means to swap it easily with the production environment like Azure Cloud Services do, or if you dont have a staging database, or if ...

How to install SSL in ASP.NET website via IIS Express

The Code Project Latest Articles, March 12, 2013
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With this walkthrough Information, any one can easily implement SSL certificate in .NET through the IIS Express....

A Beginner's Tutorial on How to Host a WCF Service (IIS Hosting and Self Hosting)

The Code Project Latest Articles, February 22, 2013
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In this article we will see how we can host a WCF service(IIS Hosting and Self Hosting)....

Debugging PainEnd to End

Glavs Blog, February 20, 2013
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We had an issue recently that caused us some time and quite a lot of head scratching. We had made some relatively minor changes to our product and performed a release into staging for testing. We rele...

Using WebDAV with ARR

Scott Forsyths WebLog, January 29, 2013
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Application Request Routing (ARR) is a great solution for load balancing and other proxying needs. Im a big fan and have written often about it. I had someone ask me this week about WebDAV support fo...

Handing MVC paths with dots in the path

Scott Forsyths WebLog, January 16, 2013
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A friend of mine asked me recently how to handle a situation with a dot (.) in the path for an MVC project.  The path looked something like this: http://domain.com/aspnet/CLR4.0 The MVC routes ...

(413) Request Entity Too Large

The Code Project Latest Articles, January 8, 2013
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Recently I worked with a WCF web service which is hosted in IIS7, and I used one of the service methods to send a byte array which contains a picture. This works well with small size images, but when ...

Windows 8 Live Accounts and the actual Windows Account

Rick Strahls WebLog, November 20, 2012
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As if Windows Security wasn't confusing enough, in Windows 8 we get thrown yet another curve ball with Windows Live accounts to logon. When I set up my Windows 8 machine I originally set it up with a...

Windows 8 / IIS 8 Concurrent Requests Limit

Scott Forsyths WebLog, November 13, 2012
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IIS 8 on Windows Server 2012 doesnt have any fixed concurrent request limit, apart from whatever limit would be reached when resources are maxed. However, the client version of IIS 8, which is on Win...

Caveats with the runAllManagedModulesForAllRequests in IIS 7/8

Rick Strahls WebLog, October 26, 2012
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One of the nice enhancements in IIS 7 (and now 8) is the ability to be able to intercept non-managed - ie. non ASP.NET served - requests from within ASP.NET managed modules. This opened up a ton of ne...

A tiny Utility to recycle an IIS Application Pool

Rick Strahls WebLog, October 2, 2012
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In the last few weeks I've annoyingly been having problems with an area on my Web site. It's basically ancient articles that are using ASP classic pages and for reasons unknown ASP classic locks up on...

FastCGI .NET and ASP.NET self-hosting

The Code Project Latest Articles, October 1, 2012
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C# fastcgi protocol implementation. A good example on how to self-host your web application without the need of iis or mono, for example using Nginx on both Windows and Linux...

Dealing with combining a couple sites into one.

Patrick Santrys (aka wwwCoder) Blog, September 5, 2012
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So now that I consolidated wwwcoder.com into santry.com, one of the biggest issues is combining that content without giving folks a lot of 404 errors, and broken links. It's still a major work effort,...

A single file login page for asp.net

The Code Project Latest Articles, August 20, 2012
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Sometimes you might feel the need to simply protect a public directory on your webserver. Using IIS gives you several options to achieve this, but today we will discuss how to enable a simple login pa...

Application Pool identity and Directory Security in IIS6

The Code Project Latest Articles, August 18, 2012
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In today’s post I will describe different security settings of the application pool and the IIS6 directory. It’s not always easy to guess which permissions must be set on system folders an...

IIS security settings and different permission using installer class with custom action

The Code Project Latest Articles, August 14, 2012
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Setting IIS security type and user, accounts permissions using installer class and custom action...

Configuration Tips For ASP.NET MVC 4 on a Windows Azure Website

K. Scott Allen, August 7, 2012
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The new Windows Azure Website feature is easy to use. You can deploy an application by publishing from Visual Studio or by pushing code with git. There are a few extra configuration steps Ive found us...