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Couple things here: 1- You are going to need to be able to serve requests coming in on port 80, which your site you have configured in iis for port 3013 will not be able to do. So you'll want to make a new site listening on port 80 ONLY for the purpose of doing a redirect to http://10.1.1.165:3013 (where your site actually lives) 2- Once you have your ...


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If you are using IISExpress and Visual Studio 2015, the applicationHost.config is stored in $(solutionDir).vs\config\applicationhost.config (thanks to Nime Cloud's answer). Just change overrideModeDefault="Allow" wherever appropriate. <sectionGroup name="security"> <section name="access" overrideModeDefault="Deny" /> <section name="...


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If your load balancer is taking the SSL offload then it will be the device that terminates the SSL connection and performs the handshake. You'll need to make sure the load balancer has the correct certificate.


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Don't host on your own hardware (unless you really know what you're doing) This is a really a Very Bad Idea. Your server will be slow, your website will be unreliable, and the entire network will probably get hacked. Not good. You've been hacked You could also buy your own server hardware dedicated to hosting the website. In order to do ...


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Like a lot of the other posts I read where people were having the same problem, the solution here ended up being (somewhat) unrelated to the install of the new SSL cert. Short answer: A reboot of all three servers (load balancer and actual content servers) was required. That seemed to finally clear the server's cache of the old cert. Long answer: One of ...


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This is a typical case of front-controller pattern, and that is implemented in nginx like this: location / { try_files $uri $uri/ /index.html$is_args$args; } This will make nginx first look for files, and if a file is not found, then it sends the request to /index.html and appends possible query arguments. Then you specify different rules for your /...


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Copied from the comment. Usually the relevant IIS settings are set to prevent common security vulnerabilities. In your case, if I know your site, and you are using such a setting, I can easily DDOS it by sending HTTP requests with large entity body. The cause is that processing large entity body does consume lots of server resources, and your server cannot ...


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We were also experiencing this bug but we were using an asset management library (Cassette). After an extensive investigation of this issue, we've found that the root cause of this issue is with a combination of ASP.NET, IIS, and Cassette. I'm not sure if this is your problem (using the Headers API rather than the Cache API), but the pattern seems to be the ...


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No, TLS and the Crypto-Stack in Windows is a feature of the OS, not of IIS, you can not change it through any IIS tools. Talk to your hosting provider.


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Sometimes you can fix this by Turning off these settings in LocalSettings.php $wgUseImageMagick = true; $wgImageMagickConvertCommand = "/usr/bin/convert";


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I had to adjust the tag: <httpErrors errorMode="DetailedLocalOnly" /> This is inside the "system.webserver" tag. Mine was previously set to "Detailed" https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/iis/configuration/system.webserver/httperrors/


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After a couple of days of scanning all kind of forums I built myself this solution that worked like a charm NEED Transform SCCM MP to https Problems mpcontrol : Call to HttpSendRequestSync failed for port 443;SAN2 extension error; IIS log: 500 64 0 Solution For SAN2 error: Extensions: add Client authentication to the cert; Subject name - build from AD (...


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I have the similar issue, and I fixed it by setting the "required path" as * instead of *.* in window "Edit Script Map" in Handler Mappings.


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If you happen to have self-hosted web services running, stop them first before running net stop http. That will solve the issue too. This is just one of the symptom for 'The service is starting or stopping. Please try again later.' In my case the solution explained in MS KB article http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2597817, didn't work. This is because the ...


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This short description was caused me to understand and clarify the subject for me. Application Pool Identity Accounts Worker processes in IIS 6.0 and in IIS 7 run as Network Service by default. Network Service is a built-in Windows identity. It doesn't require a password and has only user privileges; that is, it is relatively low-privileged. Running as a ...


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