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Linux MySQL

 Cloud Sites currently supports the following versions of the software: TechnologyVersions SupportedLinuxPHP5.3 and 5.4Apache2.2MySQL5.0, 5.1WindowsASP.NET2.0, 3.5 SP1, 4.0, and 4.5Windows Server2008, 2008 R2IIS7.0, 7.5MS SQL...
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MSSQL

 Cloud Sites currently supports the following versions of the software: TechnologyVersions SupportedLinuxPHP5.3 and 5.4Apache2.2MySQL5.0, 5.1WindowsASP.NET2.0, 3.5 SP1, 4.0, and 4.5Windows Server2008, 2008 R2IIS7.0, 7.5MS SQL...
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FTP

 Cloud Sites currently supports the following versions of the software: TechnologyVersions SupportedLinuxPHP5.3 and 5.4Apache2.2MySQL5.0, 5.1WindowsASP.NET2.0, 3.5 SP1, 4.0, and 4.5Windows Server2008, 2008 R2IIS7.0, 7.5MS SQL...
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IIS and ASP.NET

 Cloud Sites currently supports the following versions of the software: TechnologyVersions SupportedLinuxPHP5.3 and 5.4Apache2.2MySQL5.0, 5.1WindowsASP.NET2.0, 3.5 SP1, 4.0, and 4.5Windows Server2008, 2008 R2IIS7.0, 7.5MS SQL...
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Note: This article is written for our Cloud Sites Control Panel. You can get to it from the Cloud Control Panel by clicking your name in the upper-right corner and selecting Cloud Sites Control Panel.  In this guide we will...
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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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Contents



1 The IIS 7 URL Rewrite Module

1.1 Example #1


1.2 Example #2


1.3 Example #3


1.4 Example #4...
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You can enable detailed error messages for your classic ASP site on Windows IIS by using a web.config file with the following code.

Note: This code 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 on Windows IIS by using a web.config file with a customErrors setting configured.

For security purposes and coding best practices, set the customErrors mode to...
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On the ASP.NET platform, it's common to use a third-party assembly to provide access to features from your code that you find useful but that might not be available from the .NET framework. To do this, you deploy the assembly to...
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Note: This article refers to the Cloud Sites Control Panel. You can access this interface from the Cloud Control Panel by clicking the Cloud Control Panel menu at the top of the window and selecting Cloud Sites.

Prerequisites...
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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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You can set custom 404s for ASP and .NET sites by adding the following code to the bottom of the web.config file before the final </configuration> tag. You must use both options to redirect all 404s.

Classic ASP and static...
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If your website is running in integrated mode, you might have noticed that your HttpHandlers no longer function even though they are set in your web.config file.

Explanation

This behavior is expected because integrated mode...
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Adding impersonation to your site allows the web server process to run as your primary File Transfer Protocol (FTP) user. This means that it has permission to write to your files, create files, create folders, and perform other...
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Linux and PHP

 Cloud Sites currently supports the following versions of the software: TechnologyVersions SupportedLinuxPHP5.3 and 5.4Apache2.2MySQL5.0, 5.1WindowsASP.NET2.0, 3.5 SP1, 4.0, and 4.5Windows Server2008, 2008 R2IIS7.0, 7.5MS SQL...
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Note: This article is written for our Cloud Sites Control Panel. You can get to it from the Cloud Control Panel by clicking your name in the upper-right corner and selecting Cloud Sites Control Panel.  In this guide we will...
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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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Uncategorized

Note: This article refers to the Cloud Sites Control Panel. You can access this interface from the Cloud Control Panel by clicking the Cloud Control Panel menu at the top of the window and selecting Cloud Sites.

You can change...
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Microsoft .NET

You can set custom 404s for ASP and .NET sites by adding the following code to the bottom of the web.config file before the final </configuration> tag. You must use both options to redirect all 404s.

Classic ASP and static...
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