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May
22
comment Is there any harm in disabling the idle timeout for an application pool?
According to this link (bradkingsley.com/iis7-application-pool-idle-time-out-settings) "If the consumed resources of all the combined sites running on your server consume less than ~80% of the server resources, you’re likely fine." Meaning, setting the idle timeout to '0' to essentially disable it might be OK if the above fits your description.
May
20
awarded  Peer Pressure
May
17
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Interesting: evancarroll.com/home
May
17
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I think I'm in the minority here that gets the sarcasm of this nomination. Seriously guys, it's not a real nomination. I know it might not be appropriate to abuse the nomination process asking for a nomination fictitiously, but I find it interesting that so many took it seriously.
May
13
awarded  Analytical
May
13
awarded  Scholar
May
13
awarded  Informed
May
13
accepted Should I delete the .pfx or .cer files after importing the SSL cert?
May
13
comment Should I delete the .pfx or .cer files after importing the SSL cert?
That makes sense, I just wanted to know if it was physically creating a .pkx file once importing the .cer.
May
13
comment Should I delete the .pfx or .cer files after importing the SSL cert?
"However, the .CER file is not useful without its matching private key. Windows generates a private key automatically when you create a certificate request." Do you know where it places this generated .pfx from the .cer when I create the certificate request?
May
13
awarded  Student
May
13
asked Should I delete the .pfx or .cer files after importing the SSL cert?
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awarded  Autobiographer