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Mar 25, 2014

The topic recently came up of the best way to convert a folder to an application on remote shared hosting server. Some hosts may have this built-in to their control panel. I know many (like Cytanium) have options in the …...

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Mar 22, 2014

Like most people these days, I tend to swap a lot of removable storage devices between my ever-growing assortment of computing devices. The trouble is, I also have an ever-growing collection of removable storage devices, so it...

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Mar 14, 2014

I received an email yesterday from the RFC Editor that a new Request for Comments (RFC) document has just been published, RFC 7151, which adds support for a new "HOST" command to FTP. This new command allows hosting multiple FTP...

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Mar 11, 2014

Millions of people out there are using IIS to host their websites, but we all know it’s not the only product on the market. For many years, Apache was leading with a significant margin, but things are finally starting to change...

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Mar 07, 2014

You have a really cool website that you or someone else designed, right? That’s great but it doesn’t do you much good if the site is down. Nobody can get to it and learn about your product or service, or even worse, buy something...

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Mar 03, 2014

I had a question asked me recently regarding Windows auth and NTFS permissions. Here’s the question: When I run an IIS site using Windows Authentication, is there a way to let the Application Pool account access files in disk...

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Feb 28, 2014

For this next installment in my series about FTP clients, I want to take a look at WinSCP, which is an open source FTP/SFTP client that is available from the following URL: http://www.winscp.net/ For this blog post I used WinSCP...

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Feb 28, 2014

In December of 2012 I wrote a blog titled " Using Classic ASP and URL Rewrite for Dynamic SEO Functionality ", in which I described how to use Classic ASP and URL Rewrite to dynamically-generate Robots.txt and Sitemap.xml or Sitemap...

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Feb 18, 2014

After writing my earlier post on creating a simple WebJob to upload the Failed Request Tracing logs automatically to Windows Azure Blob Storage account, I was discussing this with the awesome development team of the WebJob SDK...

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Feb 15, 2014

Currently in Windows Azure Web sites, there is an option to store your website logs to Azure Blob Storage, but however, the FREB logs – failed request tracing logs, can only be stored in the file system. You will then grab them...

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Feb 08, 2014

Yes, you are reading it right. It is true. It’s just a matter of one click to promote your staging website to be the production site. Gone are those hassles you were facing with publishing a new deployment to the live website...

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Feb 02, 2014

Have you been looking a download of the IIS Administation cmdlets for Powershell for Windows 7 or Windows Server 2012 R2? For earlier versions of Windows the IIS PowerShell Snap-in was a download, but with Windows 7 and Windows...

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