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If you want the certificate depend on the path inside the URL this is not possible: The full URL is only revealed inside the SSL tunnel, that is after the SSL handshake is already done and certificate was send and ciphers determined. Also, a certificate identifies a hostname, so having it depend on a path component does not make sense. If you want the ...


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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 ...


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Default websites: Receive requests on port 80 Specific host header is not needed A request to http://domain.com/test/hello.aspxwith host: domain is received on port 80, and is dispatched to “Default Web Site”.Then, its routed to the root application, and the root virtual directory within it, and the physical path of the file served for this request ...


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There was actually quite a bit of change around this specific topic with the release of IIS 7, which was a complete redesign and rewrite of IIS. The Default Web Site is simply the first, and most common, "site" on your IIS server. It is true you can place sites beneath your "Default Web Site" but these are actually nested "applications". Sites are mapped ...


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AFAIK Every http request have a property named as Timeout, you can reduce it so connections will have less time so you can make quick connections in less time. and maximum number of connections is also one of the parameter which can help you.


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Is there a on access antivirus-software or continous backup software on the server? Maybe disabling it for testing purposes changes something. Think of the following process: put file from ftp-client to server server opens stream to temporary file antivirus-software or backup-software locks the (temporary) file for scanning or backup while scanning the ...


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If it's only a website then I strongly suggest to you the Azure WebSite. It will gives you the ability to scale and many others. For The SQL part it could be the Azure SQL Database or you could also have a SQL Server VM. Without more details about your database or the application, I suggest to start with the SQL Database in SaaS. I hope this help.


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Residential Comcast service blocks port 80. You need a static IP and Comcast Business Service to run a web server normally.


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In my case, Skype was interfering with IIS handling of requests on port 80. Changed skype settings and all fine now.


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Use ProxyPass and ProxyPassReverse pass in your VirtualHost entry for my_domain_name.com. Syntax goes like this ProxyPass / http://my_domain_name.com:8080/some_war ProxyPassReverse / http://my_domain_name.com:8080/some_war


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Check your network settings in VirtualBox. By default, NAT is selected. NAT is fine for most purposes, but to access the services of the guest, you have to forward the ports. There is a button at the bottom of the VirtualBox network settings to configure port forwarding. Your IIS is serving on port 80. You have to create a rule that forwards from guest ...


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A common reason for this issue is wrong configuration such as invalid hostname in configuring the binding. Check the following: 1. That the hostname used is the binding configuration is correct 2. That this hostname resolves to the IP address of your server correctly (ping or telnet on port 80 to confirm) 3. You can also add a binding on all IP addresses ...


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If u want IIS 7.5 Integrated Security with no prompt for credentials you need to make these steps: If you try to configure an IIS site to use integrated security and still get the prompt for credentials, here are few key things to validate. First, make sure that Anonymous Authentication is turned OFF for the site. Second, enable integrated security in ...


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Open a web browser and enter the internal IP address of your router in the address bar of your browser. By default the IP address should be set to 192.168.1.1. You should see a box prompting you for your username and password. Enter your username and password now. The Default TP-Link TD-W8951ND Router Username is: admin The Default TP-Link TD-W8951ND ...



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