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IIS web service responds on server, not from remote client

I have installed a web service on a server running IIS (v6, as far as I can tell). There is another service installed, which responds as expected. My service responds correctly when a browser is ...
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Configuring IIS as a proxy that saves SOAP messages passing through

Can IIS be configured as a proxy and save the webservice SOAP payloads that pass through it? Ideally the messages would be saved to the filesystem to be picked up by our test tool. We're setting this ...
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Capture traffic on web server

I have a web server that is accepting web service calls on port 8081 - I want to see the packets coming through. I tried using fiddler, but it doesn't see anything. I don't have access to the code, ...
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.svc web service broken when moving to IIS 7

I'm trying to move an application from IIS 6 to IIS 7. I've managed to get everything working except for the web services (.svc files). These return 404 exceptions. In the failed request logs I get ...
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“IIS Admin Service is Disabled” Error When IIS Admin Is Running

Issue: I am trying to start the Default Website on IIS, but I am getting the following error: As you can see, it says that IIS Admin is disabled, when it is actually running. Question: Is there ...
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How do I return custom content with an error response in IIS 7?

My API returns JSON content with some errors, such as 500 (Bad Request). Under IIS 6, this worked fine. In IIS 7, once I turn off detailed error messages it simply returns the text "Bad Request". How ...
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Tracking down the cause of a web service fault running in IIS

I have built a web service in Visual Studio 2008, and deployed it on IIS 7 running on Windows Server 2008 R2. It has been extensively tested, handles all errors gracefully and logs any uncaught ...
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What permissions or local security policy settings are needed for a AD account to run .NET application on IIS

I have a Windows Server 2003 running IIS. I have created an application pool specifically for a web service application. The identity of that application pool is a domain account. The domain ...
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Using IIS With Visual Web Developer

I am trying to launch a web service from Visual Web Developer using IIS. When I open the .asmx file in a web browser, I get an error that I do not have permission to access that page. I am using ...
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405 - ‘Method not Allowed’ adding service hosted in IIS7

I can't seem to get around this problem of adding a web service reference when the web service is hosted in IIS 7. I can add it just fine if I am running the VS2008 development server, but when I ...