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Previous .NET developer turned Business Analyst.

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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
Aug
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comment Mismatch between selected .NET version in drop-down and what's displayed below
Thank you. @Falcon Momot's answer actually fixed us, so I didn't even have a chance to try your suggestions, but I do appreciate the effort.
Aug
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accepted Mismatch between selected .NET version in drop-down and what's displayed below
Aug
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comment Mismatch between selected .NET version in drop-down and what's displayed below
This did the trick. Thank you.
Aug
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asked Mismatch between selected .NET version in drop-down and what's displayed below
Jan
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comment IIS6 error“The handle is invalid” when closing the IIS Manager mmc
Thank you! I'm not sure that this will help either, but it's something I hadn't considered and is good to know.
Oct
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comment What happens to running applications of .net 3.0 while upgrade happens to .net 4.0?
It depends on if someone visits a page in a .NET 2.0 - 3.5 website and a .NET4.0 website while they are running in the same application pool. If that happens, all applications will crash and you'll get event log entries explaining why.
Oct
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answered What happens to running applications of .net 3.0 while upgrade happens to .net 4.0?
Oct
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awarded  Yearling
Sep
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comment IIS6 error“The handle is invalid” when closing the IIS Manager mmc
I thought I had it - I restored the IIS Metabase to the original install date, and the errors went away - until I got the SSL Cert installed. Then I started getting errors again.
Sep
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comment IIS6 error“The handle is invalid” when closing the IIS Manager mmc
I hadn't until you posted them, but nothing in those applies. The permissions are set properly. (I checked, which is why it took so long to reply.)
Sep
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comment IIS6 error“The handle is invalid” when closing the IIS Manager mmc
@David George - I suppose it's possible, but we have never had errors in any of the ASP.NET web apps on the server. This error has been coming up for a few years, and as I've said until today it's only been a minor annoyance. Other than this error, these servers give us no issues at all.
Sep
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revised IIS6 error“The handle is invalid” when closing the IIS Manager mmc
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Sep
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comment IIS6 error“The handle is invalid” when closing the IIS Manager mmc
Yes, it does. Uninstalling and reinstalling IIS doesn't work either.
Sep
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comment IIS6 error“The handle is invalid” when closing the IIS Manager mmc
It was only an annoyance to me as well, up until today. I got it after attempting to set IP restrictions on a web app, and now NOTHING can access it, and any attempt to save the restrictions results in the error. - but thanks for commenting.
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asked IIS6 error“The handle is invalid” when closing the IIS Manager mmc
May
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comment Can't Access Database when Logged in As SA
If you're logged in as sa and running it, then no you can't. Take a look at the last two words in your error. You can't provide permissions to yourself. That said, I modified my answer because I did think of a coupole of non-permissions possibilities, but I still think this should be on ServerFault.com.
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answered Can't Access Database when Logged in As SA
Aug
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answered How can 24X7 hours availability for an application be achieved?