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suggested rejected edit on Issues setting up Single-Sign On with Office 365
Feb
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Jan
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comment Getting HTTP Error 500 with IIS 7.5 for a specific webdav subdirectory
Just disabled the filtering for Webdav but I still get the same error.
Jan
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Jan
10
comment Getting HTTP Error 500 with IIS 7.5 for a specific webdav subdirectory
Thank you for your answer. In my request filter rules are only the booth default rules.
Jan
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revised Getting HTTP Error 500 with IIS 7.5 for a specific webdav subdirectory
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Jan
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comment I'm looking for a robust way to determine if a service can be stopped or killed
Thank you for your answer. The service I want to monitor is not written by someone of your company or customers company. Is's OpenText StreamServe so it's closed source. The idea with handle.exe from sysinternals was the first thing which came in my mind. But I want to hear some alternatives to my solution.
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Nov
22
answered Parallel installation of Office 2003 and Outlook 2010
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Nov
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answered How do I convert a VMWare VMDK HDD file to a HyperV VHD file?
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27
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revised I'm looking for a robust way to determine if a service can be stopped or killed
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Sep
27
comment I'm looking for a robust way to determine if a service can be stopped or killed
@jscott we need to know if the service can be stopped. Sorry for the unclear question. As I mentioned also in my comment above we have the problem that sometimes the service can't be stopped via SCM. So we have to kill the service. But to prevent any data loss or corruption we need to assure that the service is not processing any data.
Sep
27
comment I'm looking for a robust way to determine if a service can be stopped or killed
@HopelessN00b but sometimes we have the problem that the service control manager can't shutdown the service even although the service is not processing any data.
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