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revised IIS7 - Lock Violation error, HTTP handlers, modules, and the <clear /> element
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comment IIS7 - Lock Violation error, HTTP handlers, modules, and the <clear /> element
Sorry about the formatting on that last bit... for some reason it wouldn't display it in normal "code" format.
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comment How often do IP blocks get reassigned to different regions?
RE: improving over time - good point! Right now I only care about the country. So, it's less likely that their DB would incorrectly identify an IP's location than simply not knowing it, correct?
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