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Uninstall ASP.net V4.0 and re-install. This fixed for me


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I figured out when (not why) this is happening - and how to fix it! It happens when the app pool of the default web site (ARR Process) on the load balancer is terminated or recycled. Follow microsofts recommendation and set app pool idle-timeout=0: Microsoft recommended ARR setup guide


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Hah. I use a mac as my dev station, and when I need to work with Windows I boot up a Virtual Box. After I tried deploying from a native Windows PC, I realized what my error was. My Virtual Box network was set to NAT. Changing this to Bridged completely resolved the issue. =\


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Well, I am new to Dotnet I dont know if the solution that worked for me and the above is the same, but anyways here's what I did. We were facing issues too in an upload utility and whenever the user clicked on "Upload" button, a pop up window kept popping up for asking for credentials(Which never hapened intially) and ultimately led to "401 invalid ...


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This should answer your question http://www.shubho.net/2011/02/performance-monitoring-aspnet.html


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I found a likely culprit in the comments of this page; weblog.west-wind.com Essentially, OOTB, IIS will only gzip if the file is requested at least twice in 10 seconds. This is tuned via in web.config - unfortunately that's locked by default so you have to edit applicationhost.config to change the overrideModeDefault="DENY" to ALLOW. Reference for that ...


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Did you add the application to the server as a virtual directory or an application? If you add as a virtual directory than the server won't execute and will instead just serve it as files.


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The answer turns out to be a problem using the JdSoft.Apns.Notifications to send Apple push notifications (not sure if my usage problem, or something in the component). This component is deprecated in favor of PushSharp, so the problem is moot.



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