Daniel Vasquez Lopez's Blog Posts

Jul 25, 2012

IIS allows you to use client certificates but it may give you hard time if your certificate is wacky (e.g. self-signed). In the client-side, if you have a .NET application that wants to be more permissible on accepting server...

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Jul 29, 2011

There is no escaping character in an URL Rewrite expression, but here is how you include curly bracket within an URL Rewrite expression. For opening { curly bracket you will always require to use the UrlDecode function to generate...

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Mar 18, 2010

Do performance work it is easy when you have the right tools for measuring gains or lost. I will share some thoughts about how to improve performance during rewriting, but please keep in mind that any change you do must be well...

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Jan 07, 2010

The following registry values can be set for the IIS URL Rewrite module and will affect the global behavior of the module; use them at your own risk :) All these values (DWORD) can be set under the registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE...

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Mar 23, 2009

Do a web request using System.Net classes, HttpWebRequest or WebClient. For example: new   WebClient().DownloadFile( "http://tinyurl.com/d5yy8a" , @"C:\Temp\file.xml" ) ; Or: HttpWebRequest.Create( "http...

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Feb 02, 2009

Technorati Tags: ETW , OpenTrace , ProcessTrace , CloseTrace , TDH , TdhGetEventInformation , Rewrite , IIS In my previous post I explained how to collect ETW events from URL Rewrite (or any other IIS provider) and then display...

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Jan 25, 2009

IIS Failed Request Tracing is a powerful way to troubleshoot Web Requests, it provides an easy way to track each execution step for one specific request. URL Rewrite Module provides several events that can be tracked using Failed...

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Sep 27, 2008

The GoLive release of URL Rewrite Module is now available and has a lot of improvement thanks to the IIS Community feedback (and tons of internal brainstorm meetings!). A new feature is the ability to create Rewrite Rules by using...

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Jun 06, 2008

Last week we shipped the first preview of URL Rewrite Module for IIS 7.0. If you are not familiar with URL Rewriting engines, please check out the walkthroughs: http://learn.iis.net/page.aspx/460/using-url-rewrite-module/ . If...

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