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How to implement impersonation in an ASP.NET application     
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This article describes different ways to implement impersonation in an ASP.NET application....

A Stoppable Timer Control for ASP.NET Atlas     
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ASP.NET Atlas has a Timer server control which periodically postbacks to the server. However, the TimerControl has a bug that prevents it to be stopped from server side code during partial rendering. Time and again I encounter the question in Atlas forums which ask for a workaround to this bug. This article is based on my post in Atlas forums and has detailed explanation on how to solve this problem. Hopefully, the issue will be resolved in a future version of Atlas....

How To: Use the Network Service Account to Access Resources in ASP.NET     
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This How To shows you how you can use the NT AUTHORITY\Network Service machine account to access local and network resources. By default on Windows Server 2003, ASP.NET applications run using this account's identity. It is a least privileged account with limited user rights and permissions. It does have network credentials. This means that you can use it to authenticate against network resources in a domain. This How To describes how you can use the Network Service account to access server resou...

How to monitor Web server performance by using counter logs in System Monitor in IIS     
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This step-by-step article describes how to create and configure counter logs in System Monitor so that you can monitor Web server performance. In System Monitor, you can create logs to automatically collect server activity data at specified intervals. You can then use this data to help you identify the cause of delays, and to tune your server for optimal performance....

HOW TO: Monitor ASP.NET Server Applications     
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This step-by-step article describes how to monitor ASP.NET server applications. There are several ways to monitor ASP.NET applications. Monitoring a single application by using multiple methods provides additional assurance that an application is functioning and that all monitoring systems are working correctly. This article describes the major aspects of an ASP.NET application that can be monitored....



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