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IIS vs IIS Express

  • Wednesday, January 13, 2016
  • by hbopuri

Why Not IIS ----------- The downside with using the IIS option today, though, is that some companies don’t allow full web-servers to be installed on developer machines. IIS also requires administrator account access to setup and debug projects. Different versions of Windows also support different versions of IIS. For example, if you are running on Windows XP you have to use the IIS 5.1 web-server that comes with it – which doesn’t support all the new features of IIS 7.x. Configuring a web project within VS to use IIS also requires some extra installation and configuration steps. Why IIS Express

Implementation of NET common library

  • Friday, October 9, 2015
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This article is about how to use nuget package on "**NET Logging, Tracking, Authorizing, Locale and Exception reading**" As the title in package says, it deals with multiple common functionalities as below 1. Logging

AspDotNetStorefront fails with ModSecurity

  • Tuesday, September 29, 2015
  • by hbopuri

**ModSecurity** is an open-source web application firewall that has been widely deployed on Apache based web servers to protect web applications from security vulnerabilities and has recently been made available in a stable version for IIS based servers from version 7.X and above. When I installed ModSecurity on my IIS and configured ASPDNSF, it was failing to log in to the application. After lot of troubleshooting, I found that ModSecurity is blocking the sign in request, due to potential SQL injection attach threat in ASPDNSF code. **Event Log:**


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