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What is the relationship/interface between WCF and IIS

So I understand that IIS is a web server from Microsoft I also understand that WCF IS A service that allows you to build service oriented applications. Obviously WCF and IIS must "talk to each ...
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Require only specific client certificates in IIS

I am implementing a solution that requires client certificates. I'm using IIS 7.5 and ASP.Net 4 WCF services. I've set the SSL Settings to Require SSL and require client certificates. Looks good so ...
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Hosting WCF over internet

I am pretty new to exposing the WCF services hosted on IIS over internet. I will be deploying a WCF service over IIS (6 or 7) and would like to expose this service over the internet. This will be ...
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Looking for inexpensive web content filtering options for home use [closed]

I've been using an old Fortigate-60 at home for the kids for some time but now the license is expired again. Are there any free or inexpensive alternatives? I'd like something I can run on a linux ...
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Problem Activating “Windows Communication Foundation Non-HTTP Activation” feature in Windows 7

I'm having the following problem. I'm installing SharePoint 2010 Beta so I need to activate the windows feature "Windows Communication Foundation Non-HTTP Activation". The problem is I cannot activate ...
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Error when trying to add Windows Communication Foundation HTTP Activation in Windows Vista

I'm trying to add Windows Communication Foundation HTTP Activation (and Non-HTTP Activation) to my Windows Vista Ultimate x64, but it doesn't work. I go to the Control Panel Select the Turn Windows ...
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Using IPv6 with Virtualbox

I would like to test PNRP in an IPv6 environment under virtualbox. I have 2 XP VMs under virtualbox, and they only have IPv6 enabled. Firstly can I enable DHCP for IPv6 under virtualbox. If not then ...