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comment IIS Web deploy error ERROR_INSUFFICIENT_ACCESS_TO_APPHOSTCONFIG
@MathiasR.Jessen, yes, my account does have access to create applications and access the shared configuration, I can verify by creating an app manually. I think the issue is the "3 hop" delegation problem, because there's three machines here, my workstation, the IIS server, and the shared configuration... I don't think credentials are getting delegated past the IIS server.
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revised IIS Web deploy error ERROR_INSUFFICIENT_ACCESS_TO_APPHOSTCONFIG
Clarified web deploy version
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answered AlwaysOn SQL Server 2012 - any option for true active/active?
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comment AlwaysOn SQL Server 2012 - any option for true active/active?
Possibly. I guess that's why my "answer" was more formatted like a question.
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comment High availability virtual machines
- It looks ike it still doesn't give you failover protection from hailures within the VM
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comment High availability virtual machines
Can VMware fault tolerance "failover" based on the same criteria that a failover cluster can? Ie, are there situations where one approach will fail over and one approach will not?
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comment High availability virtual machines
Totally get your point on taking a pill, but is clustering at the virtual level (child based) or even the combination of parent AND child based really going over the top? I mean if you don't at least cluster at the virtual level you can't even apply patches without taking the whole system down, never mind accounting for those crashes.