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In addition to what answered by @Gabriel-Talavera, I'd add a couple of notes: Network routing, as well as Geographical Load Balancing, is totally unrelated to "data synchronization" between different servers. They are two problems addressed with plenty of very different technologies. As the title of your question seems to be focused on the networking ...


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You can give selective DNS responses based on location with BIND Views if you are using BIND as your external DNS server. The Technical Preview of the new version of Windows Server also has a feature called DNS Policies which looks very promising. To serve content based on client location and other criteria such as User Agent or schedules, F5 has an ...


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This is really more of a developer question, and is not related to IIS. First thing you should do is identify which generation heap the memory is in (0, 1, 2, or 3 (Large Object Heap)) Process Explorer provides an easy way to display this information. For the most part, the .NET GC is self-managing. There are a few .config parameters to adjust ...


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If this is a permissions issue and not that the files are locked by a process then these steps should work. From an administrative command prompt run these commands. takeown /f . /r /d y icacls . /grant administrators:F /t del . /f /q rd /s /q For more details see my the post on my blog: ...


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Open IIS Manager Expand the server name node Select 'Sites' On the 'Actions' section push 'Add Website...' Set the 'Site name', 'Physical path', and the 'Binding' and push 'OK'. Notice that the DefaultAppPool in IIS8 is for Asp.Net4 The next step do the trick for IIS8: Expand 'Default Web Site'. Your site name should be under. Right click on you site ...



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