As an IIS administrator it sometimes gets downright annoying having to fend off all the insults from Apache admins I meet, claiming innate server superiority. Generally the discussion about Web administration starts first with all the various security holes plaguing IIS and the negative press the platform garnered over the last year. Then it invariably moves to a discussion [...]
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Masking or anonymizing a Web server involves removing identifying details that intruders could use to detect your OS and Web server vendor and version. This information, while providing little or no utility to legitimate users, is often the starting place for crackers, blackhat hackers and [...]
When a new version of any technology appears, there are always new rules to be considered.
As part of my job as a Web Administrator, I used to test the new web technologies on Testing Environment before applying it on the real one. Microsoft has made the .NET Framework starting with Version 1.0 followed by v1.1 and now there are new releases v2.0 and v3.0. Microsoft [...]
When we use COM components in our ASP.NET application, some times an error occurs stating that the API failed, which is from the COM component. These types of problems are raised by Code Access Security (CAS) due to insufficient privileges to IIS users.
This article is for solving this problem.Using the code
When we use COM components in our application, some [...]
I always wondered how to run scheduled tasks on windows hosting. For example, under the Plesk control. At first look, everything is ok. We have scheduled task and “command line” for it. But what to write there in the command line? This is the big question.
Somebody says – no problem, I’ll write “iexplore [...]