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Graduated 2010 in Computer Science and Spanish, now working professionally in iOS development.


Sep
10
comment What does pidgin mean by “Host unknown”?
I already did. I can ping the name of the domain specified in the account settings, as well as the name of the server it refers to, without a problem.
Sep
10
accepted ASP.NET error logging locations and troubleshooting
Sep
10
asked What does pidgin mean by “Host unknown”?
Aug
27
comment Installing BugZilla on Snow Leopard Server: Perl install issues
@JohnGardeniers - Yes, I installed Xcode partway through this process so I had Make.
Aug
17
asked Installing BugZilla on Snow Leopard Server: Perl install issues
Aug
13
awarded  Quorum
Aug
13
revised Who is carrierzone and what do they have to do with email through a custom domain?
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Aug
13
comment Who is carrierzone and what do they have to do with email through a custom domain?
Thanks. I have no problem with finding a new registrar / DNS host; I'm looking to confirm that changing registrars and copying MX records over to different DNS servers won't break email to the custom domain.
Aug
13
asked Who is carrierzone and what do they have to do with email through a custom domain?
Jul
30
accepted How do I erase a tape with NTBackup on Windows Server 2003?
Jul
30
asked ASP.NET error logging locations and troubleshooting
Jul
25
accepted How to change default application in a website in IIS 7.5 on Windows 7
Jul
25
comment How to change default application in a website in IIS 7.5 on Windows 7
I've got Handler Mappings and ISAPI Filters to either side of HTTP Response Headers. Must be a setting somewhere. It could also be the fact that I'm actually on IIS 7.5, not 7. My mistake. I'll update the question appropriately.
Jul
25
revised How to change default application in a website in IIS 7.5 on Windows 7
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Jul
25
answered How to change default application in a website in IIS 7.5 on Windows 7
Jul
25
comment How to change default application in a website in IIS 7.5 on Windows 7
I see HTTP Response Headers, but no HTTP Redirect. I've managed to solve it a bit differently, though; turns out you can modify the physical path of the default web site.
Jul
25
comment How to change default application in a website in IIS 7.5 on Windows 7
Can you clarify your first option? I don't see an option for HTTP Redirect anywhere under Default Web Site.
Jul
25
comment How to change default application in a website in IIS 7.5 on Windows 7
Your second option seems to be what is suggested here, and I tried it but it doesn't work for non-HTML resource requests (scripts, images, etc)
Jul
25
revised How to change default application in a website in IIS 7.5 on Windows 7
Changing title to match what I'm actually after
Jul
25
comment How to change default application in a website in IIS 7.5 on Windows 7
I think my terminology was wrong. See my edit.