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Dec 24, 2008

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May 22, 2008

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Apr 16, 2008

If you haven't heard, the new Web SKU is a special, low-priced version of Windows that is focused exclusively on Internet-based Web serving. We've added a lot of new features and support for hardware compared to the old Windows...

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Mar 27, 2008

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Mar 23, 2008

Rob Houweling tackles unpacking ZIP files in SL2, Marlon Grech on the DataGrid in Blend, Jesse Liberty

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Mar 22, 2008

On IIS 6.0, there are no mime types for Silverlight by default (IIS6 was released a good deal prior to Silverlight and as with any type of content, you need to configure your web server to support it)... so you might experience...

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Mar 22, 2008

There are two settings you should be aware of for hosting that relate to delegation of errors. 1. Delegating ASP's scriptErrorSentToBrowser setting: You should definitely turn on the ASP script errors, otherwise your customers...

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Mar 17, 2008

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Jan 23, 2008

Hey everyone, long time since the last blog post but we're still here and we have some great news to report. The IIS team just released the Microsoft Web Deployment Tool on www.iis.net . It is a command-line tool that provides...

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Jan 04, 2008

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Oct 03, 2007

Microsoft has just announced the Go Live release of its FastCGI Extension for IIS 5.1/6.0 (FastCGI Extension). This FastCGI Extension release is supported on IIS 6.0 on Windows Server 2003 for a fully scalable production environment...

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Oct 02, 2007

One of the things we worked hard on in IIS7 was eliminating unnecessary restarts of IIS in daily operations

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About Me

Chris Adams is a former Program Manager on the IIS team at Microsoft. He was in charge of running the IIS.NET portal, the MVP community, and delivery of educational training to customers in the form of webcasts, live presentations, and other venues. He is also the architect of the IIS Diagnostics Toolkit, a consolidated suite of tools aimed at helping customers solve their primary troubleshooting issues, and was the lead for the SSLDiag, AuthDiag, and TraceDiag tools.