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Before you start running network scanners on your network, have you actually asked your coworkers for any documentation, wikis, email chains, etc that might give you a better clue? Assuming no one knows anything and you're on your own. The first thing I'd do is a reverse DNS lookup on the IP that the URL maps to. If the public URL is a friendly name and ...


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As far as I can tell, these values do not exist in the registry by default. I assume you're correct in that they are hardcoded, but would be overridden if you add them. Http.sys registry settings for Windows https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/820129 I know that points to Windows Server 2003, but I have not been able to find an updated version for ...


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You are correct, all IIS settings are stored in XML text files, but for each setting there are at least two possible files in which the setting is stored. Which one is used by the GUI tools depends on the Feature Delegation for that setting. If Delegation has Read/Write they setting is usually stored in the local web.config file. If it is Read Only, it is ...



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