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IIS6 Classic ASP access UNC share in DMZ

I have 2 win2k3 servers in a DMZ, with no domain. Server A hosts a classic ASP site, and needs to save some files on a share on Server B. A user account (testshare) has been created on both Server A ...
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In IIS 6, when using a UNC path for a virtual directory “using connect as” is the password secure?

If I use a UNC share for a virtual directory, and use "Connect As" to save the username and password. I'm presuming that these saved credentials are secure? Is that correct? Are the credentials saved ...
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Accessing UNC paths from inside Perl CGI under IIS6

For space reasons, we need to move some files off our main file/webserver to another network fileserver. However, the original file/webserver is still responsible for providing access to these files, ...
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IIS 7.5 running Classic ASP connecting to UNC path problem

Moving from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008 R2. We have a classic ASP site that connect to a remote UNC '\10.1.40.7\' path. When I run PROCMON on the web server, it says ACCESS ...
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Performance mitigations serving content from a UNC share via IIS 6

I have a quad processor vmware instance running Windows 2003 and 1gb ethernet. I'm comparing serving the exact same heavy .NET 2.0 content from the local hard drive versus serving it from a UNC drive. ...