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  • Blog Post: High memory in IIS due to scriptproxy.dll

    One of my customers had a problem on his IIS server, where the IIS process hosting his web application was suffering from very high memory utilization over time. Eventually the process got so high in memory that the web application became completely unresponsive and incoming requests were no longer getting...
  • Blog Post: Troubleshooting HTTP 401.3 errors with Process Monitor

    Last week I posted the following blog which showed how to use Process Monitor to troubleshoot service startup issues. http://blogs.msdn.com/webtopics/archive/2009/06/16/troubleshooting-service-startup-issues-with-process-monitor.aspx To continue on that topic, I ran across another issue recently...
  • Blog Post: Troubleshooting service startup issues with Process Monitor

    Many things can cause a service, like IIS’s World Wide Web Publishing Service, to fail on startup. When troubleshooting such an issue, Process Monitor can be an invaluable tool. What Process Monitor does is monitor all File and Registry access on the system in real-time. The latest version of process...
  • Blog Post: How to troubleshoot HTTP 400 errors

    After sending an HTTP request to an IIS server, an HTTP client (such as Internet Explorer) may display the following type of error message in the browser window: If Internet Explorer’s Friendly HTTP Error Messages option is turned off, the error may resemble the following: ...
  • Blog Post: A lightweight IIS 6.0 Web Manager - Manage your Web Sites, Application Pools from any where on the Web.

    A Web administrator has to have access to the IIS server in order to ensure that any diagnostic/preventive measures can be performed at any point of time. One has to ensure all the web sites are running up and fine during the course of a day. Activities like recycling Application pools, starting/stopping...
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