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accepted Enable SSL for “Sub-Application” in IIS 8
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comment Enable SSL for “Sub-Application” in IIS 8
That seems to have been the problem. I didn't have a <security mode="Transport"> in my web.config for app1 and app2. If you want to create an answer I'll mark it as answered.
Dec
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comment Enable SSL for “Sub-Application” in IIS 8
example.com is an ASP.NET MVC site. app1 and app2 are WCF services serving xml and json over http. To clarify, app1 and app2 work perfectly over http, but give a 404 only over https.
Dec
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comment Enable SSL for “Sub-Application” in IIS 8
The only other site is forum.example.com which has an http binding on port 80 for all IP addresses.
Dec
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comment Enable SSL for “Sub-Application” in IIS 8
The bindings for example.com are: http bound to all IP addresses on port 80 and https bound to all IP addresses on port 443. As far as I can tell there are no bindings for app1 and app2.
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asked Enable SSL for “Sub-Application” in IIS 8
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comment Migrating Database from local .mdf file to SQL Server 2008
Thanks, I figured it was something stupidly easy, I had just never done it before.
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accepted Migrating Database from local .mdf file to SQL Server 2008
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asked Migrating Database from local .mdf file to SQL Server 2008
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comment Windows Server 2008 performance issue dealing with page file
I don't have any document to prove this, but I am almost sure that it will not make a difference. If anything it will be a bit faster because it will not be reading/writing to the same disk as the OS.
Jun
26
comment Windows Server 2008 performance issue dealing with page file
I would say probably not unless Drive D is slower to begin with. (ie. an IDE instead of a SATA)
Jun
25
answered Windows Server 2008 performance issue dealing with page file
Jun
24
comment Take ownership of NTFS volume after moving to new machine
I would say the best option out there might be to use a Linux boot CD and copy the entire file structure like Luke has no name said. It should be able to ignore the NTFS permissions and the copied files will not have them. Also, this is just a hunch, but you may want to try hooking it up to a Windows XP/Server 2003 box if you have one and setting the permissions that way.
Jun
24
comment CUPS wont start on LTSP client
I had to downgrade to 9.04 since I couldn't get this figured out so I can't test your answer, but I had libcupsmime1 installed already and it didn't help. I'm not sure about libcupsmime1-dev. I think it is a bug with that version of CUPS. It works fine on 9.04 and 10.04. I appreciate the help though.
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comment Take ownership of NTFS volume after moving to new machine
Is the account you are using a local administrator?