From Mind To Words

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February, 2009

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    HTTP COMPRESSION in IIS 6 and IIS 7 using Service Account

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    I have come across few issues on HTTP Compression in IIS 6 and thought I will quickly post it across for everyone’s benefit. Enterprises prefer to compress their Static and Dynamic web content to save bandwidth. There are articles on how to enable...
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    *Unknown* status for ISAPI Filter

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    Hello All, I have seen this issue on IIS 6 a number of times and thought of sharing it with all. How many times have you seen the below screenshot in the ISAPI Filter tab in IIS MMC ? Well I reproduced this issue with UrlScan for everybody...
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    PowerShell ExecutionPolicy and Win7

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    In my previous post I faced a problem on executing a script in PowerShell. I just blindly ran the command as shown below and got my work done. This is not a good practice, neither in Development nor in Production. I quickly changed it to the recommended...
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    MachineKey in IIS

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    Today I thought of playing around with IIS MachineKeys. We have seen few issues with IIS Admin Service not starting and few events in System Event log like one below: Source: Service Control Manager Event ID: 7024 Task Category: None Level: Error Keywords...
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    Rename files using PowerShell ‘a one liner’

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    Back to PowerShell today! I had few files to be renamed and they were about 500 odd of them. Renaming each and every file by hand would be a real pain. I thought of writing a PowerShell one liner to get this thing done and to my surprise it did my job...
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    401.1 – Unauthorized, using Anonymous access (IUSR account)

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    Just recently I was working on an issue were the customer was getting 401.1 – Unauthorized: Access is denied due to invalid credentials. The authentication method used on the website was Anonymous access. I checked the Default Web Site and that is...
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