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What happens to requests to IIS when I change Application Physical Directory

I'm aiming for a zero-downtime deployment of our ASP.NET 4.0 web application and the Internets say that the kosher way of doing this is as follows: Copy new files over to ...
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1answer
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Retrieving Files Deleted by Web Deploy

I just deployed an ASP.NET MVC application to IIS 7 running on Win 7 Professional. I wanted to make sure some old files got deleted with the update, so I unchecked "Leave extra files on destination ...
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1answer
359 views

Two application pools or root virtual directories under one site

This might sound like a very dumb question, so let me first say what I want to achieve and then proceed to my question on how I'd envision something like this working. I am trying to achieve ...
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Deploying a ASP.Net WebAPI website and DMZ

I have a set of RESTful services developed using ASP.Net WebAPI which is a single project. I handle authentication via ASP.Net's built in Forms Authentication (cookie based) mechanism which is also ...
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395 views

Can I use adsutil.vbs to remove the 'X—Powered-By' response header from IIS6

Can I use adsutil.vbs to remove the X—Powered-By response header from IIS6 configuration? We have a site that is running on some IIS6 servers. Migration to IIS7 is a few months away at least. In the ...
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1answer
149 views

How can I add wildcards in DNS like www2.*.domain.com and www1.*.domain.com?

I have two servers which are load balanced. When I do the deployment I want to make sure the production users are not affected. Here is what I'm planning: Remove the webservers 2 (www2) from the ...
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197 views

Can url-rewriting be used for zero-downtime deployment of PHP on IIS?

I've seen this: Zero downtime uploads / Rollback in IIS, but for a small site, ARR seems like overkill. I'm wondering if it'd work to have a web.config like this <?xml version="1.0" ...
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92 views

IIS and Apache on the same machine and same port for a real deployment (non testing server)

I'm trying to run both IIS and Apache on the same machine and on the same port: I read this interesting post and it's working very well, but only for a local access (it doesn't work for a remote ...
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1answer
259 views

Error when deploying an mvc2 application in an IIS

We are deploying an MVC2 based app on IIS at production environment floating in Internet. An error occurs and this is the process to raise it: The user clicks on a link to display a web form The ...
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1answer
448 views

Strategy for zero downtime rollouts: what about the DB?

We have an asp.net/MVC2 web app hosted on Amazon windows IIS7 that I would like to deploy updates to with as little downtime as possible. Building on IIS ARR 3-site setup as described here ...
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1answer
148 views

Deployment of many Web Services

I'm looking for advice/best-practices/+ve/-ve or other idea's on deployment and maintenance of many (50) Web Services and Web Service Applications on IIS across an application server cluster of 10 ...
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356 views

IIS load balancing and site deployment

currently I have a site sits on one IIS7 server. When we deploy a new version of the site, we bring the site down and display an offline page. What I really want is have two same exact copies of the ...
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3answers
686 views

How to deploy a site with www2 or www3 prefix (Load Balancing)

Some of the web sites started with www2 or www3 (www[n]) which is because balancing computing mentioned here at Stackoverflow ) I want to know how to do this ? and also has it any benefit or not ?
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IIS, is there another way?

I'm doing Web Applications that are always hosted in IIS (from 6 to 7), and I always have problems in deploying. The applications work most of the time "out-of-the-box" but sometimes it's just ...
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How do you deploy your .NET Web Application? (Recommendations, please!)

We've recently upgraded our ASP.NET Website to a Web Application and we're shocked by the sudden leap in difficulty when deploying it. Considering how common a task this must be, I was wondering what ...
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4answers
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Tools for managing code deployment/versioning for IIS / Windows enviroments

Ive got a strong background in Linux and OSX, and just left a job where I was architecting systems based on those platforms. Now I've got a Windows Server running IIS that has a number of different ...
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2answers
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Integrated Authentication in IIS 6 from the command line

In deploying a new version of our ASP.NET application, we need to set the authentication method for a particular page to be "Integrated only." We can do this from the IIS managment console, but would ...
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How do you do production IIS website depoys?

So, not sure if this is a Stack Overflow or a Server Fault question. If I have a .NET website that I want to deploy to the production environment, what's the best way to do so. Should I package it ...