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You do need to do that. When you create the certificate request, your computer automatically generates a mathematically related private key at the same time. This private key is associated to that exact certificate request. No one else has the private key except for the computer on which the request was generated. Those signed .crt files that you get back ...


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There may be some misunderstanding on which session is concerned. You have the session most web applications use to create persistence between multiple HTTP requests, the stereotypical contents of your shopping cart. That is not what SSLLabs is testing. Regardless: when using a load-balancer you should typically replicate that session state so your visitor ...


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Add a MIME type to the IIS config for the .notebook extension. You'll have to find out exactly what the mime type is to use. Maybe application/x-smarttech-notebook.


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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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The most likely reason for this error is that your server cannot communicate with itself. This could be because your router does not have NAT reflection so your server cannot communicate with itself on its public IP. Try adding a cloud.mcsoftworks.net pointing to 127.0.0.1 in your hosts file (or your internal DNS if you have) so that the server knows to ...


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This error is generated because an absolute path is detected in web.config. Absolute physical path (like C:\path\to\notfound.html) is not allowed in system.webServer/httpErrors section in web.config file. Now you have 2 solutions : 1. Allow physical path in ApplicationHost.config file By default this file is located in ...


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It seems you are looking for the dataChannelSecurity element under system.ftpServer/security node. On my IIS 8.5, the settings are under system.applicationHost/sites/siteDefaults/ftpServer/security/dataChannelSecurity, so you were looking in the wrong place, the location is the same for IIS 7.5



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