Robert McMurray's Blog [MSFT]

Discussing IIS, FTP, WebDAV, FPSE, WMI, ADSI, ISAPI, ASP, FastCGI, etc. ;-)

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    Creating an Itemized List of Server Bindings

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    One of my servers has a large number of individual web sites on it, and each of these web sites has several server bindings for different IP addresses, Port Assignments, and Host Headers. As I continue to add more web sites on the server, it becomes increasingly...
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    Converting NCSA log files to W3C format

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    One of the great utilities that ships with IIS is the CONVLOG.EXE application, which converts W3C or MS Internet Standard log files to NCSA format, where they can be processed by any of the applications that only parse NCSA log file information. The trouble...
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    Merry Christmas!

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    Okay, it's a couple of days late because I took the past few days off to celebrate Christmas with my family, but I wanted to make sure that I wished everyone a Merry Christmas ...! [:)] Веселое Рождество! Christmas Alegre! ¡Feliz Navidad...
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    Updating several IP addresses using ADSI

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    ( Note : I had originally posted this information on a blog that I kept on http://weblogs.asp.net , but it makes more sense to post it here . [:)] ) Like many web programmers, I host several hobby web sites for fun. (They make a wonderful test bed...
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    Scripting MIDI Events in Sibelius

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    OK - I have to admit, when you realize that you are making software choices based on scripting language support you start to get the feeling that there are times when you just have to accept the fact that you are a geek. Here's a case in point: I write...
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    Viewing current FTP7 sessions using VBScript

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    A few weeks ago my friend Jaroslav posted a blog entry about viewing the current FTP7 sessions using Javascript, and I followed that up with a blog post about viewing the current FTP7 sessions using C# . This blog entry follows up on those postings...
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    Viewing current FTP7 sessions using C#

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    A few weeks ago my friend Jaroslav posted a blog entry about viewing the current FTP7 sessions using Javascript, and I followed that up with a blog post about viewing the current FTP7 sessions using VBScript . This blog entry follows up on those postings...
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    Programmatically Enumerating Installations of the FrontPage Server Extensions

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    I had a great question from a customer the other day: " How do you programmatically enumerate how many web sites on a server have the FrontPage Server Extensions installed? " Of course, that's one of those questions that sounds so simple at first, and...
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    IIS Show #8

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    Okay, it's somewhat self-promoting, but I was cornered by Brett Hill the other day, who is the IIS 7 Evangelist for Microsoft, and he interviewed me for the IIS Show on MSDN's Channel 9: http://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/IIS_Show We discuss several...
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    Testing IIS 7 for Yourself

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    The momentum for IIS 7 is gradually building, and I keep seeing great things in the press and several blogs about it. You can read a few details below: IIS 7 Shows Continued Security Push http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1895,1988880,00.asp IIS...
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    Converting W3C log files to NCSA format

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    Around a year ago I wrote a blog entry titled " Converting NCSA log files to W3C format ", which showed how to use the MSWC.IISLog object to convert log files in the NCSA format back to W3C format. I wrote that blog entry to make up for the fact that...
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    Day 0 of IIS at TechEd IT Forum in Barcelona

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    Today is the main registration day for the 2006 Microsoft Tech∙Ed: IT Forum in Barcelona. The show was sold out weeks ago, so there are 4,750 people scheduled to attend, and another 400 people on the waiting list. There were a few pre-conference sessions...
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    Day 1 of IIS at TechEd IT Forum in Barcelona

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    Today was the first official day of the 2006 Microsoft Tech∙Ed: IT Forum in Barcelona. I caught Bob Muglia's opening keynote address, and there were some great demos: Vista, Office 2007, SharePoint 2007, etc., but the best demo from an IIS perspective...
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    Day 2 of IIS at TechEd IT Forum in Barcelona

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    Today was the second day of Microsoft Tech∙Ed: IT Forum 2006 in Barcelona. So far everything seems to be going well, and I've had the chance to talk with some great customers. Once again, the customers that visited our booth are most concerned with Clustering...
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    Day 3 of IIS at TechEd IT Forum in Barcelona

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    Today was the third day at Microsoft Tech∙Ed: IT Forum 2006 in Barcelona, and customers are still asking some great questions about IIS. Today more customers mostly asked about their current IIS deployments and ways that they could make things better...
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    Day 4 of IIS at TechEd IT Forum in Barcelona

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    Well, today was the last day, and the Microsoft Tech∙Ed: IT Forum 2006 in Barcelona has come to an end. I started off the day doing a presentation about using LogParser 2.2 with IIS. Matthew Boettcher took the following photo during the presentation:...
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    Happy New Year!

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    2006 is rapidly coming to a close, and the new year is almost upon us. Before I go home for the weekend I wanted to wish everyone: Happy New Year! Gutes Neues Jahr! Feliz Año Nuevo! Bonne Année! С Новым годом!
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    Using WSH to create an off-line backup of a FrontPage-enabled Web Site

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    As the old adage says, " Necessity is the mother of invention ". With that in mind, I had a friend drop by my office the other day and ask me a question that started me on another quest for code. What he asked me was whether there was a way where he...
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    FPSE and Form Results over Email (SMTP)

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    I have seen many issues over the past few years when customers try to use the FrontPage Server Extensions (FPSE) to send form results via email, and a recent post to forums.iis.net was enough motivation for me to decide to write a blog about this issue...
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    FTP Clients - Part 8: SmartFTP Client

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    For this installment in my series about FTP Clients I'm going to review the SmartFTP Client from SmartSoft Ltd. For this blog post I used the SmartFTP Client Ultimate Edition version 4.0.1105.0, and it is available from the following URL: http:...
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    Scripting the SmartFTP Client

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    In my last blog post I reviewed the SmartFTP Client , where I briefly mentioned that the SmartFTP Client has built-in extensibility support, and I promised to include a script that I've been testing. I have made it abundantly obvious in many of my earlier...
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    Updated IIS 7 Configuration Reference

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    One of the many projects that I've been working on for the past several months is an updated version of the IIS 7 configuration reference that describes every configuration setting for IIS in detail, which is located at the following URL: http://www...
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    IIS 6.0 WebDAV and Compound Document Format Files

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    We recently ran into a situation where a customer thought that they were seeing file corruption when they were transferring files from a Windows 7 client to their IIS 6.0 server using WebDAV. More specifically, the file sizes were increasing for several...
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    Life after FPSE (Part 5)

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    We recently hosted a group of customers from a large hosting company here at Microsoft, and as the meeting was getting started everyone in the room was introducing themselves to the other attendees. As I was shaking hands with one of our visitors, I introduced...
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    Uh, yeah - I meant to fix that...

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    One of my coworkers ( Mike Pope ) sent me the link to a great blog post by Raymond Chen that was titled " Don't forget to replace your placeholder bitmaps with real bitmaps ". Raymond's blog was a good story, but he referenced another great blog post...
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