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The default internalURL and AutoDiscoverServiceInternalURI values are derived from the server FQDN, but as you can see these have been changed. Likewise, when Exchange 2013 is introduced into the environment, the default values are derived from the server FQDN. For Coexistence and interoperability between Exchange 2013 and 2007, these values all need to be ...


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Most of the time when people have problems with MIME types, is because IIS is not configured to serve a file with a certain MIME type, the http status code for that is 404.3, Your 406 means the client has sends an http accept header which is not understood by the server. A typical accept header would be: Accept: text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/...


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Add .img to the MIME types list as application/octet-stream


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You say that the websites are not resolving. If this really is the case (impossible to say without the actual error messages) then its nothing to do with your server software, it's a DNS problem. Indeed, according to pingdom, "Delegation not found at parent". More specifically, the nameservers for cstx.gov aren't offering any information about www.cstx.gov


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I cannot access either of those two websites from the UK, over broadband or cellular. DNS resolution is fine for both sites, however there is no connection on port 80. Telnet to either IP address gets no SYN/ACK response from the server. If other people are able to access the site without issue then there is most likely an overly restrictive access control ...


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in Azure there is a new feature called Azure Domain Services. it is in public preview at the minute. once configured you can join Azure IAAS VMs to Azure Domain services. Azure domain Service has access to all you Azure AD connect synced accounts so your synced users can authenticate against Azure domain Services and the accounts are available to login to ...


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Application pools can be recycled by configuration changes; however, I would hope that changing the app pool setting for recycle time would not trigger a recycle (unless the time had elapsed). Therefore, I would guess 10 hours. The best way to find out would probably be to turn on event logging on recycle. I don't know which version of IIS you are running - ...


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You must append the port number that your web server is running on to your URL, or reverse proxy the connection with a web server running on port 80 if you don't want that. The best answer is to have your developer write code that works on your preferred platform.


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SNI is not supported in IIS 7.5, and you can't upgrade IIS, because each version of Windows Server comes with its own version of IIS, which can't be changed. You need at least IIS 8, so you need to use at least Windows Server 2012.


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From what I can see, it appears that you are using two separate SSL certs for www and the root domain. For the root domain (which works) it's a GeoTrust SSL cert with the following SHA1 fingerprint: DF EC DC 43 0F A3 0F 1B 86 72 D2 4E 87 81 D7 5F F4 70 C8 29 For the www domain (which fails) it's a Self Signed cert with the SHA1 fingerprint of: A4 44 C5 ...


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You probably need to capture what is causing the deadlocks and then make the necessary adjustments moving forward. One way to do this is to use trace flags to write to the Sql Server error log. If not already in place, there are two trace flags that can be enabled to capture more information in the log: 1204 and 1222. 1204 lists the information by node; ...


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If the server does not have a private key associated for the imported certificate the certificate disappears on refresh (and also it won't be available for bindings). You can check in the mmc - Certificates - Personal store, and confirm that the certificate was installed but its missing a private key. If you have a PFX (private key) and password you can ...


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You might want to look at IIS Shared Configurations: http://www.iis.net/learn/manage/managing-your-configuration-settings/shared-configuration_264


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I have very little experience with IIS, but this looks like what you want: http://www.iis.net/learn/manage/managing-your-configuration-settings/shared-configuration_264 This one is more recent: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj129390(v=ws.11).aspx


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As stated in previous reply's, you can't access your server with domain:port because your hosting provider has that port blocked. Before you contact them and ask to allow access to your server's IP from port 8025, test connection with telnet: telnet domain 8025 You should get error that looks like this: telnet: Unable to connect to remote host: Connection ...


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On the taskbar, click Start, and then click Control Panel. In Control Panel, click Programs and Features, and then click Turn Windows Features on or off. Expand Internet Information Services, then World Wide Web Services, then Common Http Features. Select HTTP Redirection, and then click OK.


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What you are looking for is appcmd.exe. It allows you to manage everything in IIS, including backing up and restoring the configuration. There are also many PowerShell cmdlets for managing IIS; these also includes ones for backing up and restoring the configuration.


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I would say the list of IP addresses is only hold in memory. The server only has so "remember" some recent requests and can discard them after the specified time period has expired. It seems there is no documented way to get to this list. If you review your normal FTP logs you will see failed logins status 530, you can use LogParser or other tools to group ...


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After many hours on the phone with Microsoft and many tweaks the only solution in the end was to completely remove the 2010 activesync virtual directory and recreate it


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Referring the following blog here. IIS FTP hosts provides two methods in which a client can tell the intended host. By using a virtual FTP Host and passing user credentials in the following manner: host|username By having a client that supports and is able to send the HOST command to let the FTP service know the host it intends to connect to. For ...


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This can be done in two ways. One: If you want it exactly the way you're describing, you'll need to do that using Javascript or meta-refresh and script each site to redirect users from http://nameofsite1/ -> http://hostname/site1 etc.. You also need to configure the sites to Require Server Name Indication and assign each their own Host Name. In this ...


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By the looks of it you are trying to apply Basic Auth at the page level, this is not supported. Basic Auth can be applied only at the site, application, virtual directory, and URL level.


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The security prompt was actually due to some sort of internal Excel file linking. Creating and testing anew file works fine.


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I know this is old, but I had the same problem and just managed to solve it, so putting this here for posterity :) On synchronise with URL page, click into advanced and under General section, switch Pre-authenticate from Auto to No. This resolved it for me anyway!


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First, localhost is always relative. On your own PC, localhost will resolve to your PC. From any other PC, localhost will not send the request to your PC, but to it's own. This is relevant if you want to serve the sites to other computers besides your own. There is quite alot of information missing from your question, in terms of what goals you are trying ...


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I used Powershell Import-Module WebAdministration $iisAppName = "MySite" $site = Get-ItemProperty IIS:\Sites\$iisAppName $site.id



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