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Not so everyday professional doodles... from an Application Platform Solution Specialist, currently based in Microsoft Brisbane

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  • Blog Post: URL SCAN 3.0... an excellent update

    I've always been a fan of URLScan, originally part of the IIS Lockdown Tool, as it gave tremendous flexibility in URL filtering across different IIS versions that didn't have these capabilities natively built in. Sure, you lost a bit of performance running the ISAPI-based filter, but you mitigated so...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft.com running IIS 7.0 and Windows Server 2008 (Longhorn) now? You bet!..

    I came across a CNet article talking about the microsoft.com team running IIS 7.0 on one of the busiest web sites in the world. IIS 7.0 is an amazing web server, and now with our "Go Live" license, customers can also run IIS 7.0 in production as of Beta 3 of Windows Server 2008 . Here's the amazing...
  • Blog Post: IIS 7.0 going public with IIS.NET (www.iis.net)

    I've always been a BIG fan of Internet Information Services (IIS) . In my not-so-humble opinion ;-) , IIS 4.0 was the first time the "Windows Web Server" came of age, and since then I had a whole heap of requests for features that finally appeared in IIS 6.0 . Our current web server, IIS 6.0 , is amazing...
  • Blog Post: Sneek Peek at IIS 7.0

    I've always loved IIS (Internet Information Server), well, since version 4.0 anyway. ;-) I think IIS 6.0 is the most amazing web server we've ever built; I mean Application Pools , Web Gardens , the XML Metabase (new auditing features recently added with Windows Server 2003 SP1, by the way), the list...
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