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IIS and ASP.NET

Introduction:
To be able to view server configuration information and what is installed on an our IIS system using ASP Classic you will need to access an ASP Information file.  An example of an ASP Information file is:

How to...
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By default some scripts will attempt to retrieve the IP address of a visitor using the REMOTE_ADDR HTTP header. Due to the nature of our environment your script may receive the IP of one of our load balancers, rather than the IP...
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An application pool is a form of encapsulation to prevent the effects of bad code being executing from impacting other processes. Each application pool has its own worker process associated with it. By default, each site's /...
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An application pool is a form of encapsulation to prevent the effects of bad code being executing from impacting other processes. Each application pool has its own worker process associated with it. By default, each site's /...
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These are sample connection strings for MSSQL Server 2005, MSSQL Server 2008, and MySQL from ASP or ASP.NET.


Contents

1 Important Note
2 Microsoft SQL 2005 & 2008
2.1 SQL Native Client
2.2 SQLNCLI
2.3 SQLOLEDB

3 MySQL
3.1...
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These are sample connection strings for MSSQL Server 2005, MSSQL Server 2008, and MySQL from ASP or ASP.NET.


Contents

1 Important Note
2 Microsoft SQL 2005 & 2008
2.1 SQL Native Client
2.2 SQLNCLI
2.3 SQLOLEDB

3 MySQL
3.1...
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In order to do this 2 pieces of information are required.
The data center location of the website ( ORD or DFW ) ( If website test link contains 'dfw' the site is assigned to DFW, otherwise it is ORD)
The web directory into which...
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Contents


1 The IIS 7 URL Rewrite Module

1.1 Example #1


1.2 Example #2


1.3 Example #3


1.4 Example #4


1.5 References



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Directory listing can be added by using an asp page. Instructions to do this can be found on Microsoft's Support Site by following this link:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/224364
You can also do directory listing via the web....
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Directory listing can be added by using an asp page. Instructions to do this can be found on Microsoft's Support Site by following this link:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/224364
You can also do directory listing via the web....
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You can enable detailed error messages for your classic ASP site defaulted to Windows/IIS by using a web.config file with the following code. This is useful in diagnosing issues with a site but for security reasons should be...
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You can enable custom error messages for your ASP .NET application defaulted to Windows/IIS by using a web.config file with a "customErrors" setting configured.
We have included example web.config files below.  For more detailed...
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On the ASP.NET platform, it's not uncommon to use a third-party assembly to make features accessible from your code that you find useful, but that may not be available from the .NET framework. To do this, you deploy the module in...
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To prevent browser caching for classic ASP sites, please see the following article:
http://www.devx.com/vb2themax/Tip/18635
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The Rackspace Cloud provisions IIS sites in “Integrated Mode.” Running sites in Integrated Mode enhances application performance. However, if you encounter an issue with your ASP.NET site, please review the following potential...
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Custom 404's can be set for ASP and .NET sites by adding the following code to the bottom of the web.config file before the final </configuration>. You will need both options to redirect all 404's.
Classic ASP and Static...
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Custom 404's can be set for ASP and .NET sites by adding the following code to the bottom of the web.config file before the final </configuration>. You will need both options to redirect all 404's.
Classic ASP and Static...
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HttpHandlers in Integrated Mode
If your website is running in integrated mode, you may have noticed your HttpHandlers no longer function even though they are set in your web.config.

Explanation
This is actually the expected...
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By default some scripts will attempt to retrieve the IP address of a visitor using the REMOTE_ADDR HTTP header. Due to the nature of our environment your script may receive the IP of one of our load balancers, rather than the IP...
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SSL

By default some scripts will attempt to retrieve the IP address of a visitor using the REMOTE_ADDR HTTP header. Due to the nature of our environment your script may receive the IP of one of our load balancers, rather than the IP...
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Microsoft .NET

An application pool is a form of encapsulation to prevent the effects of bad code being executing from impacting other processes. Each application pool has its own worker process associated with it. By default, each site's /...
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These are sample connection strings for MSSQL Server 2005, MSSQL Server 2008, and MySQL from ASP or ASP.NET.


Contents

1 Important Note
2 Microsoft SQL 2005 & 2008
2.1 SQL Native Client
2.2 SQLNCLI
2.3 SQLOLEDB

3 MySQL
3.1...
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Directory listing can be added by using an asp page. Instructions to do this can be found on Microsoft's Support Site by following this link:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/224364
You can also do directory listing via the web....
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Custom 404's can be set for ASP and .NET sites by adding the following code to the bottom of the web.config file before the final </configuration>. You will need both options to redirect all 404's.
Classic ASP and Static...
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We provide an ASP component installed on all the web servers that allows uploading files using classic asp. This component is called Persits AspUpload. If you want to upload files without giving public write, you can impersonate...
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