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bio website geoegodesign.com
location Appleton, WI
age 33
visits member for 4 years, 5 months
seen Dec 12 '12 at 16:18
Full-time CAD operator, and part-time freelance web designer/developer. Plus, I make something resembling music.

Mar
24
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
9
accepted IIS 6.0 - 404.0 - Win32 status 3 - but file is present
Aug
9
comment Block port 25 on SBS 2003; allow Exchange
Thanks for the info. I checked all of our machines and one was infected with cutwail. I took care of that, requested a de-listing, and we should be good for now.
Aug
9
accepted Block port 25 on SBS 2003; allow Exchange
Aug
7
revised Block port 25 on SBS 2003; allow Exchange
Elaborated on question
Aug
7
asked Block port 25 on SBS 2003; allow Exchange
May
7
comment Exchange 2003: old domain displayed in undeliverable messages
Perfect! Thanks very much.
May
7
accepted Exchange 2003: old domain displayed in undeliverable messages
May
2
asked Exchange 2003: old domain displayed in undeliverable messages
Apr
5
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
4
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
2
comment Using WebDAV for automated downloads
Yes. I have full control over the local and remote servers. Currently, the remote servers are entirely self-contained in that there is no communication that occurs between them and our local server. I just RDP into them to make any changes.
Apr
2
asked Using WebDAV for automated downloads
May
6
revised IIS 6.0 - 404.0 - Win32 status 3 - but file is present
Gave more details pertaining to solution
May
6
comment IIS 6.0 - 404.0 - Win32 status 3 - but file is present
Yep, you're right. I realized that after I typed out that comment. I fixed the path and it loaded the files without incident. If you'd like to leave that as an answer, I'll modify the question to reflect that detail and accept your answer.
May
5
revised IIS 6.0 - 404.0 - Win32 status 3 - but file is present
clarified
May
5
comment IIS: 404 error on every file in a virtual directory
I know you answered the question, but just for the record when looking at log files in the future, this wasn't a 404.2 error. It was a 404.0 error with a Win32 status of 2.
May
5
comment IIS 6.0 - 404.0 - Win32 status 3 - but file is present
Yes, I checked several times, hoping the solution would be that simple. The home directory is "C:\Root." The file that needs to be downloaded is "C:\Root\Configs\config.txt." The log file shows the 404 on a GET request for "/Root/Configs/config.txt." Unless I'm missing something in the structure, I believe the shell is looking at the right spot on the server, and I've browsed to the path and can see the file is there.
May
5
comment IIS 6.0 - 404.0 - Win32 status 3 - but file is present
Lol. Yes, I did sit and stare blankly, before thinking, "Eureka! It's the MIME type!" Then I remembered the file extension is .txt, and even double-checked to make sure it was associated correctly.
May
5
asked IIS 6.0 - 404.0 - Win32 status 3 - but file is present