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revised How NLB will work with IIS-7 web services?
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Jan
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comment Is it possible for two legs of a service to have the same SPN? Or at least clients refer to a single identity?
Whatever the client uses to produce the SPN, so in most cases just the A record for the VIP.
Jan
7
revised What should I do to make sure that IIS does not recycle my application?
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Jan
7
comment IIS 7.5 - How to find which Handlers are being called for a request
You just look for whichever handler was called. If the handler you're interested in isn't called, it won't be present (i.e. searching for the name of the handler is the "obvious" answer, but might not work if it's not being called... so just look for the handler execution steps and find out what's being run from there).
Aug
19
revised How DNS lookups work when using an HTTP proxy (or not) in IE
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Aug
19
revised How DNS lookups work when using an HTTP proxy (or not) in IE
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Aug
19
answered Global IIS Issue due to Exception in Application Pool
Aug
19
answered Is it possible for two legs of a service to have the same SPN? Or at least clients refer to a single identity?
Jul
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revised How DNS lookups work when using an HTTP proxy (or not) in IE
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Jul
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revised How DNS lookups work when using an HTTP proxy (or not) in IE
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May
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comment PHP-CGI.exe running rampant. Which website?
Use ProcDump or Task Manager to create a dump of the process when it's in runaway mode. Then, use WinDBG to open the dump file. Then, !peb and/or ~*kb should show you WinDBG's rough idea of what's going on.
May
3
comment PHP-CGI.exe running rampant. Which website?
In that case, I think you'll need to (optionally dump and) debug a process to look at its PEB (specifically, its environment variables).
May
2
comment Reverse proxy TLS version
Windows settings tend to break out into Schannel client and server settings. When reverse proxying, it's my understanding you use TMG's Schannel Server settings when the client connects to you, and Schannel Client settings when connecting to the next hop - the tunnel is terminated and another tunnel is created to the target internal server which can be of any TLS version. So "fixing" TMG externally doesn't preclude it connecting to SSL 3.0 (or 2.0, or PCT etc) sites internally if the Client settings allow it.
May
2
answered Allow URL:Port in Forefront TMG
May
2
comment Allow URL:Port in Forefront TMG
#3 - look up TunnelPortRanges.vbs
May
2
comment Allow URL:Port in Forefront TMG
Split this into three questions for better results, as it's not all TMG related.
May
2
answered PHP-CGI.exe running rampant. Which website?