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Sep
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answered Ignore subdomain rewrite rules
Sep
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answered Cannot find “IIS APPPOOL\{application pool name}” user account in Windows Server 2008
Aug
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comment How to manipulate default document with rewrite module on IIS7?
@gooze. Yes, if you select the Clear All then you can add them back again in the order you want. It won't affect the global doc settings, but it means that the global defaults won't be used, and you'll have the default docs explicitly defined (which isn't a problem since you're making at least one change anyway)
Aug
24
comment IIS Log Request Body / POST Data
The last step of the wizard when creating a FRT rule allows you to select which data to include. It defaults to including everything.
Aug
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awarded  Yearling
Aug
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
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awarded  Nice Answer
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May
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revised How is a testing domain useful?
Added a note about another benefit to devs
May
16
answered How is a testing domain useful?
Feb
14
answered Using ARR to expose TFS project portal to internet
Feb
9
comment How to assign permissions to ApplicationPoolIdentity account
@motobói That opens some security concerns and sharing between all sites. It's possible but not preferred.
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Sep
30
comment IIS7.5 - prevent recycling when changing default document
Thanks Chris! I always appreciate encouraging feedback like that.
Sep
30
answered How to minimize exposure for a ASP.NET application?
Sep
30
comment IIS7.5 - prevent recycling when changing default document
Chris, that's a good question. disallowRotationOnConfigChange is for app pool settings only and not for web.config, so an appdomain recycle still occurs even if disallowRotationOnConfigChange is applied. There is a File Change Notification (FCN) registry change that can prevent web.config changes from causing an appdomain recycle, but then the changes themselves won't be picked up either until the app pool is manually recycled, so I don't believe that would be the solution for this situation.
Sep
29
comment IIS7.5 Password Protected Directory Exceptions
I don't know Plesk really so I can't speak into that part, but in IIS, you can open IIS Manager, navigate to the site -> authentication -> click on anonymous -> disable. That essentially password protects it, but it allows back end code to still access the site. If your API breaks after this, then find out the file of the API and specifically turn on the anonymous user for just that path.
Sep
29
comment iptables with vlans and duplicate IPs
Thanks James (and MikeyB). I'll try that out. This situation is a lab situation where the labs are pre-configured before I obtain them, and they need to keep their same IPs. They are a set of a 1/2 dozen lab machines that need to inter communicate. That's why they can't change, but why they need to have identical IP addresses. There will be more than just 2 though. Two was just for the example. I could drop an Ubuntu device in each network/lab, which I believe is what you're saying. I've set the project aside for now but when I get back to it, this is what I'll try.
Sep
28
comment IIS 7 Reverse Proxy based on domain name host?
Excellent! Thanks Matias for the update.