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bio website mikeclark.co
location Olympia, WA
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visits member for 5 years, 10 months
seen Nov 24 '14 at 22:26

Who, Me?

I am a .NET C# developer, I started out as a mainframe COBOL programmer back in 1987. Transitioned to VB6 in 2000, .NET when Visual Studio 1.0 was in Beta2.

We started a publishing company in order to publish two books about family members' experiences in and after World War II in Germany (and the Soviet Union). Check it out: Prospect Avenue Books.

Twitter: @Cyberherbalist

Blogs: see my website

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Aug
8
comment Getting 503 when trying to run Classic ASP on Win7 and IIS7.5
I can't find a privilege called "logon as a service" anywhere. However, I do find that when I try to Test Connection, I get a successful Pass-through authentication, but Authorization gets the message details I added to the question above. Does this make any sense, @Nitz ?
Aug
8
comment Getting 503 when trying to run Classic ASP on Win7 and IIS7.5
I don't have sufficient admin privileges to open the Security log on this workstation. This is frustrating, @Nitz
Aug
8
comment Getting 503 when trying to run Classic ASP on Win7 and IIS7.5
There is a series, but all of them say "The Windows Process Activation Service failed to create a worker process for the application pool 'DefaultAppPool'. The data field contains the error number." I don't see a "data field".
Aug
8
comment Getting 503 when trying to run Classic ASP on Win7 and IIS7.5
Well, @Nitz, I don't know if it's interesting, but I've added an entry I found in the Log.
Dec
5
comment Why would REGSVR32 not find a DLL that is clearly there?
Yep. A module that was supposed to be installed by the main application didn't get installed. Once this was corrected, the two DLLs registered correctly.
Dec
5
comment Why would REGSVR32 not find a DLL that is clearly there?
No, it's 32-bit.
Nov
15
comment In need of entry for BROWSCAP.INI that helps detect IE 9
Excellent. Thanks again.
Nov
15
comment In need of entry for BROWSCAP.INI that helps detect IE 9
@RobertMoir, please put your response in an answer so I can Accept it. I found an up-to-date browscap.ini file on the site most ricky-tick and it worked just great. Thanks!
Nov
15
comment In need of entry for BROWSCAP.INI that helps detect IE 9
No problem @mdpc. The file in question would generally only be found on windows web servers running a version of IIS. It's part of the installation process for IIS.
Nov
15
comment In need of entry for BROWSCAP.INI that helps detect IE 9
BROWSCAP.INI isn't any sort of windows standard file? You've got to be kidding. It is IIS itself that uses the BROWSCAP.INI file to help parse out what browser the user has come in with. Check support.microsoft.com/kb/311227 that describes the use of the file with IE 6. Check any windows web server for the file, which at least in Win2003 and below is found in c:\windows\system32\inetsrv
Feb
25
comment Recommended books for setting up a Windows 2003 Server instance at home
Didn't think that it did! :-)
Feb
25
comment Recommended books for setting up a Windows 2003 Server instance at home
This won't be any kind of commercial operation -- just me at home.
Feb
25
comment Recommended books for setting up a Windows 2003 Server instance at home
See my edited question above for my goal...