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  • Blog Post: Developing ASP.net 4.5 Webforms apps with Visual Studio 2012 – Part 2

    The second video in the series explores how to setup Forms Based Authentication with SQL server 2008 and explains how authorization rules work in ASP.net. The objective is to create an authentication database for the app's users and setup the authorization rules based on roles, to allow or deny certain...
  • Blog Post: IIS 7.5 Architecture and Components – part 3

    See the entire IIS Architecture and components tutorial at : http://linqto.me/n/IISArchitecture In the final part of the video series I explore the request flow process for requests coming into IIS and aimed at ASP.net web pages. I look at how the ASP.net application binaries are dynamically compiled...
  • Blog Post: IIS 7.5 Architecture and Components – part 2

    See the entire IIS Architecture and components tutorial at : http://linqto.me/n/IISArchitecture In part two of the video series I explore the inner workings of the worker process – w3wp.exe – which is the process that loads and executes the code for the web-applications hosted under...
  • Blog Post: IIS 7.5 Architecture and Components – part 1

    See the entire IIS Architecture and components tutorial at : http://linqto.me/n/IISArchitecture So here is the first part of a three part video tutorial about IIS architecture, its components and how requests are executed inside the Microsoft IIS 7.5 server. This first video covers the overall...
  • Blog Post: Steps for setting up a custom identity of an IIS 6 application pool

    From time to time, I always have to show someone how to setup an IIS application pool to use a service / domain account under IIS 6 / Windows 2003. There are several places on the MSDN where you can find part of the procedure, but I have decided to just give everyone a simple X step walkthrough on how...
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