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Jan
15
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
12
accepted Looking for app/service to silently capture file changes in website (like SVN but automatic check-in) for auditing purposes
Dec
11
comment Looking for app/service to silently capture file changes in website (like SVN but automatic check-in) for auditing purposes
Thanks, I will look at file system auditing. As I said to @Zoredache - Access to the live site is already limited to a very small set of people, and we do have procedures. We are not dealing with a situation where there is no control in other words. We can't limit access to just 1 person - its not practical. What I am looking for is some kind of auditing for the 1% of occaisions where procedures and accountabilities are bypassed.
Dec
11
comment Looking for app/service to silently capture file changes in website (like SVN but automatic check-in) for auditing purposes
@eldblz - thanks, you should have put that in an answer, not a comment !
Dec
11
comment Looking for app/service to silently capture file changes in website (like SVN but automatic check-in) for auditing purposes
@Zoredache - Access to the live site is already limited to a very small set of people, and we do have procedures. We are not dealing with a situation where there is no control in other words. We can't limit access to just 1 person - its not practical. What I am looking for is some kind of auditing for the 1% of occaisions where procedures and accountabilities are bypassed
Dec
10
asked Looking for app/service to silently capture file changes in website (like SVN but automatic check-in) for auditing purposes
Mar
1
answered Change to RS 2008R2 configuration stopped IIS site receiving traffic through load balancer (and its still not working after backing it out)
Mar
1
comment Change to RS 2008R2 configuration stopped IIS site receiving traffic through load balancer (and its still not working after backing it out)
There is only 1 test site, and the bindings are as above. I have checked the IIS logs, and since the issue there are no entries for requests using the address that goes through the LB, only requests using an address that directly hits a server.
Feb
29
revised Change to RS 2008R2 configuration stopped IIS site receiving traffic through load balancer (and its still not working after backing it out)
fixed link
Feb
29
asked Change to RS 2008R2 configuration stopped IIS site receiving traffic through load balancer (and its still not working after backing it out)
Oct
21
awarded  Editor
Oct
21
revised IIS/ASP.NET performance incident - Perfmon Current Annonymous Users going through roof but Requests/sec low
Answered part of my question
Oct
21
answered IIS/ASP.NET performance incident - Perfmon Current Annonymous Users going through roof but Requests/sec low
Oct
20
asked IIS/ASP.NET performance incident - Perfmon Current Annonymous Users going through roof but Requests/sec low
Sep
12
awarded  Popular Question
May
21
asked How to stop DW20.exe running on Win 2003 Server
Feb
9
asked Looking for an FTP Proxy Server that enforces secure FTPES connections
Jan
14
awarded  Scholar
Jan
14
accepted How to enforce secure FTP connections (to a server that allows both secure and unsecure)
Jan
14
comment How to enforce secure FTP connections (to a server that allows both secure and unsecure)
An FTP Proxy Server sounds like the best option to me. The reason for the odd requirements is that the third party is a CDN which we want to stick with because of its good services; it just has this one drawback.