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Updated Answer. This is a real late reply, but since this question came up in google, while I was looking for a solution, I found that you can easily do this using godaddy's domain tools. These steps assume that your www name is already working. In godaddy, view your list of domains. Click the check mark next to the domain you want to forward to www. ...


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The problem is the double backslash. Go to your server and select "ASAPI Filter" and remove the second backslash from path ;) Then from blog.clicdata.com: Get a command prompt in administrator mode and go to C:\Windows\Microsoft .NET\FrameWork64\v4.xxx and run aspnet_regiis -r. This will re-register the right libraries


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The File System has an API that allows monitoring of changes to files, which your service can use to listen for events. See the link below for some details and considerations. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4205643/how-to-handle-web-config-contents-update-event-how-to-detect-that-web-config-h IIS has a configuration auditing feature, which may also be ...


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Goolge iis rewrite query string See the fourth result. IIS URL Rewrite Module Query String Parameters


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In my case it turns out that the "Extensions" in the Caching Output setting was ".ext" instead of just "ext" so the policy I set wasn't taking effect. With that fixed, I also found that I didn't need to set the Cache-Control response header.


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Earlier this morning I had disabled my Kaspersky anti-virus due to an unrelated issue. A few minutes ago I turned Kaspersky on and then my site started working again! I've never seen that behavior before. Almost all of the time having AV running is the problem, not the solution.


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chances are the browser is receiving the 302 as well, but then automatically following the link to the moved position. IIRC you can configure curl to do the same using the --location option.


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Assuming your clients always connect remotely via TLS, then yes, using basic authentication is reasonably secure. Caveat: one significant drawback of basic auth is that it requires the password be stored in cleartext (or some other easily-reversible encryption) on the server. For this reason, you may want to consider SSL client certs or at the very least ...


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Haven't heard about a splash screen option but have a look at this Hope this helps.


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1.click and open the registry editor tool. 2.In the editor, place the following registry key as follows: HKey_Local_Machine\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\SecurityProviders\SCHANNEL\Protocols\SSL 2.0. 3.right click on the SSL 2.0 then choose new and then click key option. 4.name the new folder server. 5.Inside the Server folder, click the Edit menu, ...


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Any directory marked as an Application in IIS can run in any App Pool. Virtual directories and physical directories just run in their parent app/site/whatever's above them in the hierarchy. As DefaultAppPool is the catch-all App Pool, I'm guessing that at some point, a portion of one of those other websites was marked as an App, and that app was set to run ...


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No, you cannot set an empty PIN on a Windows 8 Virtual Smart Card. At first I said "having a smart card with no PIN defeats the purpose." But that was too flippant of me. I have Bitlocker enabled on my laptop with a TPM, and I don't need to enter a PIN manually every time I boot up to unlock it. But the fact remains that you can't set an empty PIN on a ...


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I have also run into this problem in Windows Server 2012. If you remove the last parameter when using appcmd, the password, you will succeed changing identity type and setting the username. I did never figure out why I could not set the password so I retorted to editing my applicationHost.config file directly. Unfortunately with the the password is in ...


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Another option is to use django-windows-tools, though it hasn't been updated in a couple of years. It simply sets up the FastCGI module in IIS for you so you don't have to worry about utilizing PyISAPIe. https://github.com/antoinemartin/django-windows-tools


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I have also run into this problem in Windows Server 2012. Trying to set the App Pool identity from the command line you receive a similar error: C:> appcmd set config /section:applicationPools /[name='test-pool'].processModel.identityType:SpecificUser /[name='test-pool'].processModel.userName:MyAccountName ...


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There is a site-package available for connecting Django to Microsoft SQL Server. Check this out: http://django-mssql.readthedocs.org/en/latest/. You would then modify your DATABASE settings to something like this: DATABASES = { 'default': { 'NAME': 'databasename', 'ENGINE': 'sqlserver_ado', 'HOST': ...


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Technet has a section of Configuring HTTP Redirection in IIS 7. Including situations like: You have changed the name of a virtual directory and you want users to be able to access files from the old URL. Which seems like something exactly like you are looking to do. Obviously, first create the directory for the shorturl and set the redirect properties ...


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You are right, although it didn't work for me at first. I had the additional problem that "Network Service" is actually not called "Network Service" in Non-English versions of Windows Server. I do not know why they did that, localizing the names of system users seems incredibly stupid to me. But I'm sure it seemed like a good idea at the time. So I did have ...


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If you utilize nagios you can write your own custom monitoring routines.


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I figured it out! You need to add permissions on %SystemDrive%\Windows\System32\inetsrv\config Add "Network Service" and give it Read permissions for the folder. I got an error about a subfolder when I did this... but it worked anyways.


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IIS 7+ uses a group called IIS_IUSRS that is built in, unlike the IIS6 users/groups that were added by IIS's installation. This allows ACL's to be transferable between servers. If you are using an AppPool with a custom account, add it to the IIS_IUSRS group. If you are using the default accounts, ACL your folders using the IIS_IUSRS group.


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I figured it out at last. And it's awesome! You can install IP and Domain Restrictions role service in Server Manager under Roles → Web Server (IIS) → Role Services After that you can browse IIS manager in Content View and permit/deny any file or directory you want for any IP address and also specify default action for unspecified hosts. Just select ...


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IIS's bindings by default are on 0.0.0.0, so being able to only access them on only 127.0.0.1 could be an indication of a different service already using that listening port (check with netstat -abn), which seems to have been the case here.


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When you have IIS Manager open, you can click Help -> About to see the version.


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then delete inetpub folder restart your system or refresh your browser this will definetly solve your problem


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The documentation at http://www.iis.net/configreference/system.applicationhost/weblimits says: Every 60 seconds, a worker process checks how long it has been idle. If its current idle time is greater than the idle time-out value specified by the Windows Process Activation Service (WAS), the worker process initiates a shutdown. Now, when the ...


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I found this post because I'm struggling to answer a similar one where limits aren't being restricted. See IIS WebLimits not being respected. However, I can take a stab at your problem. Try the c# code below. You could do the same with powershell. You'll need to run it with admin rights. static void Main(string[] args) { string appPoolName = ...


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This should work, if I understand you question correctly location /math/ { proxy_pass http://www.aaa.com:8081/; include /etc/nginx/proxy.conf; } location /cs/ { proxy_pass http://www.aaa.com:8082/; include /etc/nginx/proxy.conf; } I see no reason to use regexp locations, so I changed them to simple. Also break directive does nothing in ...



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