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How to Deploy ASP.NET Web Application     
Total Hits: 107  |  Today: 0Author: Bean Software      Rating:  
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Several times we encounter a great and sophisticated web or desktop application that does not poses it's appropriate market share just for the reason of poorly written SETUP package and poorly designed deployment strategy. The fact is simple: If your users are not able to easily deploy your application then whatever sophistication or features you provide, they will be unable to even experience your application from the very first place!...

INFO: Configure .NET Remoting When the Remoting Client Is an ASP.NET Application or the Client Is Another Remoted Component That Is Hosted by IIS     
Total Hits: 124  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft      Rating:  
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This article describes configuration information for .NET remoting when the remoting client is an ASP.NET application or the client is another remoted component hosted by Internet Information Services (IIS)....

How To Store Data in Application Scope by Using ASP.NET and Visual Basic .NET     
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This step-by-step article demonstrates how to store application-wide data through the Application, Cache, and AppSettings objects. Application-wide data is data that is available to the entire Web application....

How to deploy an ASP.NET Web application using Xcopy deployment     
Total Hits: 185  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft      Rating:  
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This article describes how to use the MS-DOS Xcopy command to deploy a Microsoft ASP.NET Web application. Xcopy style deployment is not suited for all situations. For large Web sites and for line-of-business applications, we recommend that the site be temporarily taken offline. You want to do this while the new content and the application assemblies are deployed. You should perform this maintenance at a convenient, scheduled time. To minimize the scheduled downtime, follow these steps:
1. Cre...

Creating nested web application.     
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Having to deal with a multi-developer solution, I face the problem of structuring my web app in a hierarchy. As an ASP guy, I was used to put all common stuff in the root directory (or in an include directory) and then all the site parts in subdirectories....

INFO: Troubleshooting Add Web Reference Issues     
Total Hits: 169  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft      Rating:  
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This article describes how to troubleshoot some common problems that you may encounter when you use the Add Web Reference dialog box....

How To: Set Up SSL on a Web Server     
Total Hits: 172  |  Today: 0Author: J.D. Meier, Alex Mackman, Michael Dunner, and Srin      Rating:  
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A Web server must be configured for SSL in order to support https connections from client applications. This How To shows you how to configure SSL on a Web Server. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a set of cryptographic technologies that provides authentication, confidentiality, and data integrity. SSL is most commonly used between Web browsers and Web servers to create a secure communication channel. It can also be used between client applications and Web services....

How To: Create a Custom Account to Run ASP.NET     
Total Hits: 229  |  Today: 0Author: J.D. Meier, Alex Mackman, Michael Dunner, and Srin      Rating:  
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ASP.NET Web applications usually run using the built-in ASPNET account. On occasion, you may want to use a custom account instead. This How To article shows you how to create a least privileged local account to run ASP.NET Web applications. This How To describes how to create a least privileged local account to run the ASP.NET worker process (aspnet_wp.exe) or for impersonated identities in virtual directories. Although the procedures in this How To create a local account, the same concepts appl...

How to determine what server is given web site running on using ASP.NET?     
Total Hits: 357  |  Today: 0Author: Faisal Khan      Rating:  
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When surfing web sites, some times when you see a decent application of some sort e.g. forum, news site etc, you might have wanted to know what type of application is this? what is it running on? Well, this article seems to answer that. In this article we'll build a very simple ASP.NET single page application that will allow us to see the server of any given web site. Although this method doesn't tell us what operating system that site is running on, if you are clever enough you can make a good ...

ASP.NET Support Voice     
Total Hits: 415  |  Today: 0Author: Jeremy Osborne      Rating:  
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” ASP.NET is much like an ogre. It has many layers -- the Web client, any intermediary device like proxy servers, the Web server and the network that it’s on, and any other resources the application touches. All of those layers make ASP.NET difficult to troubleshoot unless you know which tool to use and how to properly use that tool....

HOW TO: Lock Down an ASP.NET Web Application or Web Service     
Total Hits: 833  |  Today: 0Author: MSDN      Rating:  
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This step-by-step article describes how to lock down an ASP.NET Web Application or Web Service. Web applications are frequently the target for malicious attacks.

There are many steps that you can take to reduce the risk that is associated with hosting a Web application. At a high level, ASP.NET applications benefit from the same security measures as conventional Web applications. However, the ASP.NET file name extensions and the use of security require special consideration. This article ...

HOW TO: Troubleshoot ASP.NET Web Applications     
Total Hits: 535  |  Today: 0Author: MSDN      Rating:  
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This step-by-step article describes how to troubleshoot ASP.NET Web applications. ASP.NET applications run differently than earlier Web applications. Therefore, ASP.NET applications require different techniques for isolating and for resolving problems. This article describes, at a high-level, the processes that you can use to identify and to troubleshoot issues that involve ASP.NET applications. These procedures apply only to ASP.NET applications that run on a Windows 2000 system with IIS 5.0 an...



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