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SSL is in no way tied to a single port value; in fact, as a protocol, it can be used over any transport medium, as long as that medium provides a bidirectional stream for arbitrary bytes. In a Web context, you can use any port other than 443, provided that you specify it in the URL: https://www.example.com:7342/foobar.html Note that there are some networks ...
Before that you have to enable the IIS for windows by start Control panel programs Turn windows feature on / off Check the IIS services (4th and 5th checkbox) ok restart the system
IIS versions are bound to OS versions, while IIS 10 on Windows Server 2016 does not come out until 2016, IIS 10 for Windows 10 was released on July 29th 2015 and does support HTTP/2. In addition to support for HTTP/2 there are a few other new features in IIS 10, but Microsoft may add more before releasing Server 2016 Throughout the lifetime of IIS, ...
Click on the server name then go to output caching. Click Add Cache Rule then type the extensions - .aspx, .aspx.vb, .aspx.cs, .js etc. (not sure if you can do all on one) Then simply either tick the prevent all caching or untick user-mode caching and it should stop IIS from keeping a cache of the pages. Next time you do a full refresh, it should get the ...
I use (in a Windows domain environment): curl --ntlm -u : ... cUrl knows to supply my domain credentials and it works every time.
I found the solution: Run -> appwiz.cpl -> Turn windows features on or off -> Uncheck "Internet Information Services" and "Windows Process Activation Service" Restart your machine. Run -> appwiz.cpl -> install both "Internet Information Services" and "Windows Process Activation Service" Reference
Go to Task Manager --> Processes and manually stop the W3SVC process. After doing this the process should start normally when restarting IIS
Simply go to Computer Management > Services and Applications > Services Then double click on World Wide Publishing Service and change it from Automatic to Manual.
Right click on your site in the left pane, and go to Edit Bindings. There you can add and remove ports which are bound to your site (ports it will respond on):
In order to reset the wwwroot permissions I went to another box and copied all the settings to the web server having issues. Here's the steps to return to the default permissions for the wwwroot folder: right-click on the wwwroot folder and click Properties go to the Security tab and click the Advanced button click the "Change Permissions..." button and ...
You have 7.5.7600.16385. 6.1 Refers to your version of Windows and 7 refers to a generic version. It's not 6 or 8, but rather 7. Of your IIS 7, you're running the 7.5.7600.16385 version. You would most likely need to upgrade to Server 2012 to run IIS8. Below is a chart of the different OS Versions and their supporting IIS version. Windows XP - IIS 5.1 ...
In Windows 7, to install the IIS service, you'll see it here: To get to the Management Console, find it with Control Panel -> Administrative Tools here:
The IIS feature set in Home Premium is not the same as the IIS feature set in Pro. So they are missing because you're using Home Premium. If you want domain-related and other advanced features for IIS, then you need a more advanced version of Windows (i.e.: Pro, or Server). For a comparison list of available IIS features per Windows 7/2008 version, see ...
The Default Website is what its name says, a convenience website that is created when IIS is installed. It can be deleted and replaced by new websites, but its advantage is that it will work "out-of-the-box" with all definitions and permissions already taken care of. Getting the folder and file permissions right is perhaps the biggest headache when creating ...
Yes, from technet: To Install IIS 7.5 on Windows 7 You can perform this procedure using the user interface (UI) or a script. Using the UI Click Start and then click Control Panel. In Control Panel, click Programs and then click Turn Windows features on or off. In the Windows Features dialog box, click Internet Information Services and then click OK. If ...
Attach WinDbg + sos and run !runaway. That will show you which thread is taking the most CPU time. Do a !clrstack on the thread to find out what it is doing.
I ran into this same issue. Rather than re-create all permissions though, just had to re-add WEBSERVER\Users with read permissions - it seems that sharing the folder maybe removed that one?
I'm pretty sure the firewall doesn't block/inspect the localhost/loopback address (127.0.0.1) because it's your computer. So since the target and source are the same, there's really nothing to firewall. When you enabled port 81, or fully disable the firewall could you then access the 2nd site? If not, you may have an IIS configuration problem, and not a ...
Most likely your ISP is blocking port 80 inbound since they don't want you running web servers on a home connection. Try forwarding another port (like 8888) on the public side to port 80 on the local side and see if that works. If it does, that's your problem. And really, there isn't much of a workaround other than calling your ISP to ask to be unblocked ...
IIS is available on Windows 7 Professional and Ultimate (and maybe Enterprise too). It will support unlimited sites and users.
This commonly occurs when port 80 is being used by something else. If this is a dev box, do you also have Apache or Skype installed? These are a common culprit. You can check if port 80 is in use by running netstat -ab|find "80" in an elevated command prompt. This may take a minute or two to run depending on what network activity is occurring on your PC.
A bit different from Mohammad's solution: Run -> appwiz.cpl -> Turn windows features on or off -> Check "Windows Process Activation Service" That's all. It solved my problem.
Each virtual machine behaves exactly the same as a real physical computer on a network, so the host should be referred-to by its IP address, not by the name localhost. If you do not know the host's IP address, enter ipconfig in a command-prompt (cmd). It will be in the entry next to the adapter. The adapter itself depends on the network configuration used ...
you can follow the next steps in order to open the required port in your Windows firewall: 1- Open "Windows Firewall with advanced security" 2- Go to Inbound Rules and add the ports one by one: 1- 9898 – TeamPulse Client Site 2- 9899 – TeamPulse Synchronizaton Service 3- 8734 – TeamPulse Synchronization Service 4- 2431 – TeamPulse User ...
Question is answered I know, but you can always use Windows Key + R, type inetmgr then press either ENTER or CTRLSHIFT + ENTER. (I'm a keyboard fan)
Only you need to do is go to your control panel. There in Program->Programs and Features->Programs and Features->Turn Windows Features on and off. Click on Windows Features on and off. Click Checkbox Internet Information Services and Click Ok Button. Then go to Control Panel->System and Security->Administrative Tools. There you will find IIS.
You may want to see this page: IIS limits imposed by Operating System version Windows 7 (IIS v7.5) Starter: No IIS Home Basic: No IIS Home Premium: simultaneous request execution limit of 3, allows multiple sites Business: simultaneous request execution limit of 10, allows multiple sites Enterprise: simultaneous request execution limit ...
Sure it can. Any software with vulnerabilities can be used as a back door. However, most hackers won't look specifically for IIS because it's not very big of a target. They'd much rather go for what tons and tons of people will use in their normal day because it's just easier. So long as you keep your software up-to-date and your files backed up and ...
Appdata is used for per user configuration and data stores, to achieve a degree of user isolation. The system profile is not a template, it is the profile directory for the system user account, which is the user running the root IIS process host instance (note w3wp processes are run under the identity associated with an app pool not the root IIS process, and ...
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