My posts tagged with "IIS"

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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Dec 12, 2013

Guest post from Rick Barber from OrcsWeb today… While attempting to install IIS through role services with other than the default options checked or ASP.Net under IIS in role services on Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 you...

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Dec 06, 2013

I fought with IIS8 and ASP.NET 4.5 way longer than I should have had to this morning. Per previous lessons learned, I used WebPI to install IIS and the recommended configuration. I also selected .NET 4.5 and Web Deploy. Afterward...

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Sep 27, 2013

What does DevOps mean? Like many terms, there are a variety of slightly different (in some cases vastly different) definitions. The current definition per Wikipedia seems pretty good: “DevOps is a software development method that...

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Sep 10, 2013

There are some neat counters available in Windows Performance Monitor for showing some IIS (Internet Information Server) statistics. My three favorites are: Current Anonymous Users: This counter shows the number of current anonymous...

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Aug 26, 2013

So… I’ve been reading a lot about nginx and how awesome it performs. It sounds magical! The Issue My blog (running WordPress) hasn’t been running as fast as I (or Google) would like. The TTFB (time to first bite...

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Jul 26, 2013

Microsoft has made installing – and doing the initial base configuration of – Internet Information Services (IIS) ridiculously easy by using the Web Platform Installer (WebPI). Open WebPI, select Products in the top...

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Jul 03, 2013

Below is a guest post by Desiree at OrcsWeb with an IIS/PHP/CGI troubleshooting tip: I installed WordPress for one of our managed clients recently, and what should have been a simple install, turned into quite a bit of troubleshooting...

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Jul 01, 2013

These are some of the most popular posts on my site so I figured I’d put them into a single link making it easy to find and deal with them together. People are generally interested in sending email via ASP.NET … Read...

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Jun 05, 2013

Did you know that WordPress works – and works great – on Microsoft Windows? Sure, WordPress runs on top of PHP and MySQL, which are commonly thought to be related to Linux, but they work perfectly on Windows Server...

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Apr 22, 2013

http://blog.newrelic.com/2013/02/07/web-performance-optimization-automation/

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Apr 11, 2013

Today I noticed we were getting an increasing amount of spam on one of our form pages. I was curious to see if all of the user IP addresses were the same (in which case I’d just add them to … Read more »

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