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In general, it's not a good idea to mix user data with application code. You should maintain these separately, as code lives better in a repo, while data lives in a DB or a "raw" storage system - very different ways of storing information. When you say "a ton" of documents, what does that mean? If you're looking at 100s of GBs in thousands of files, then a ...


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The Issued To field is invalid. The field should be the domain name, not the path. So the value would be trisha0002, and not http://trisha0002/FlexibleBenefits/. As a result, IE is validating the domain against the certificate and the certificate Issued To doesn't match the domain, so it fails.


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You need to know a lot more than you do, to be honest. Even if you had the output from all the tools, and knew where to look for things that can't be automated, what would you do with the information? In your position, I would hire a consultant. Some tools that I use for a generic Windows infrastructure assessment : NMap/ZenMap SpiceWorks (includes ...


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If the server is running IIS 6 then it is a Windows server, so the 777 permissions may not apply as that is a Unix/Linux permissions setting. On a Windows server, you may need the Administrator to log in to Windows, right-click the folder you are trying to run a mkdir() command within, and use the Permissions option to ensure the user your PHP script is ...


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The certificate common name is incorrect. It shouldn't be an URL (https://trisha0002/FlixibleBenefits) but just a host name (in your case trish0002). Also, you should use a fully qualified host name, not just the server name. Otherwiese, the same certificate could be used to identify different hosts belonging to different networks. In other words, you ...



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