My posts tagged with "WebDev"

Nov 30, 2012

A client was getting errors when using PUT/POST/DELETE verbs on their web application recently. The errors he was seeing were: After some troubleshooting the error was isolated to the fact that WebDav was installed on the server...

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Aug 04, 2012

A guest post by Rick Barber – a senior technical lead over at managed Windows host OrcsWeb: At OrcsWeb we recently came across an issue where a user was having performance issues with a bare-bones Orchard installation on...

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Jul 30, 2012

Did you know Log Parser could not only query IIS logs but also Event Viewer logs and more? If not, check out this post… Hi Everyone! While I primarily enjoy deep-diving into SQL Server techniques and troubleshooting, I also...

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Jul 26, 2012

What is FTP user isolation and how can it help your FTP management headaches? Read on… http://www.orcsweb.com/blog/terri/how-to-set-up-ftp-access-for-multiple-users-with-user-isolation/ Happy Hosting!

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Jul 23, 2012

Here’s a good post about using a URL ReWrite Map to manage redirects for your site. Anyone who has set up 301 redirects for their site (which should be anyone who has ever renamed a page or moved content) knows … Read...

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Jul 20, 2012

Here’s a great post by Jamie at OrcsWeb about setting up custom error pages in IIS7: This blog post will explain how to configure custom error pages in IIS (Internet Information Server). For this example we will be using...

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May 01, 2012

URL Scan has been a useful tool since Windows Server 2003, and continues to be used on many web server deployments. Did you know though that IIS7 includes a feature named Request Filtering that handles the same functionality as...

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Apr 23, 2012

Orchard doesn’t seem to like anything in it’s web root except for it’s own content. Try it out – create a folder (I created /TestContent/) and then put a test from there (I created test.html) and try to...

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Mar 14, 2012

Tweet Microsoft’s Log Parser is an awesome tool that justifies knowledge, if not even regular use, by both system administrators and web users alike. From the download site: “Log parser is a powerful, versatile tool...

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Dec 30, 2011

Tweet For very good reasons, not all extensions are recognized by IIS by default and may return a 404 error when trying to access them from your site. If you have need to add more extensions to be “allowed” –...

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