Set proper permissions in IIS 7.x on a remote computer
We will be using psexec icacls on the remote comptuer
Objective: Grant NT AUTHORITY\NetworkService the proper permissions for a particular website on “somecomputer” using credentials “somedomain\someuser somepassword”
The Command to Run psexec -u somedomain\someuser -p somepassword -e \\somecomputer cmd /c (^ mkdir c:\temp1\Common ^ & . . . → Read More: psexec icacls remote computer
You’ll need to edit the web.config
Place the following after system.web tag:
Trace ASP.NET Application
Those options only allow you to see the trace from the server itself. RDP in to the server
I recently ran in to this error on an IIS 6 server using MVC 3 Razor.
Check this first
System.IO.FileNotFoundException: Could not load file or assembly ‘System.Web.Mvc, Version=188.8.131.52
It is trying to load MVC version 1. You probably need to do an assembly binding redirect in your test project as well, same . . . → Read More: Could not load file or assembly ‘System.Web.Helpers, Version=184.108.40.206
Determine the site’s application pool:
C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319>C:\Inetpub\AdminScripts\adsutil.vbs get w3svc/1975602314/root/apppoolid apppoolid : (STRING) “some_app_pool_name”
Restart the site’s application pool:
C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319>cscript %SystemRoot%\System32\IIsApp.vbs /a some_app_pool_name /r Microsoft (R) Windows Script Host Version 5.6 Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation 1996-2001. All rights reserved. Connecting to server …Done. Application pool ‘some_app_pool_name’ recycled successfully.
Have you ever noticed your IIS 6.0 site is running the wrong version of .net?
This post explains how to change the asp.net version of a specific iis 6.0 website to asp.net 4.0
First find your website using
I have limited the output for simplicity below (a you can see the site is . . . → Read More: iis 6.0 site running wrong version of .net
If you’ve got a 64-bit server you can test this out for yourself by following these steps.
Install IIS 6.0 on the server and then open the Properties of the Default Web Site. You should see the Asp.Net tab as shown here
If you now run the following command at this point :
cscript . . . → Read More: asp.net tab missing iis6
Original article from http://haacked.com/archive/2010/12/22/asp-net-mvc-3-extensionless-urls-on-iis-6.aspx
If you have a server running IIS 6, ASP.NET 4, and ASP.NET MVC 3 (or even ASP.NET MVC 2. I haven’t tried ASP.NET MVC 1.0), your website should just work with the default extensionless URLs generated by ASP.NET MVC applications. No need to configure wildcard mappings nor *.mvc mappings. In fact, you don’t . . . → Read More: set up asp mvc3 iis6
Nathan Bridgewater explained how to configure multiple reverse proxies properly with apache and IIS (without losing original domain name). I’m reposting this for myself to keep a record of this fine work.
multiple reverse proxy host broken iis serving up local server name instead of the ServerName that was originally passed to it. How to . . . → Read More: multiple reverse proxy host broken