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I got it working! I ran an ipconfig, and it showed this: Default Gateway.....0.0.0.0 192.168.1.1 To remedy this, using Powershell I removed the Default Gateway: route delete 0.0.0.0 Then I re-added it as the only Gateway: route add 0.0.0.0 mask 0.0.0.0 192.168.1.1 Now I can access the IIS from Server 2 externally through the ...
No matter what you do your public IP address can easily be found via ping, traceroute or even DNS lookup. This is because computers use IP addresses to communicate with each other, so it must determine that from a DNS (Domain Name Server) in order to know where to connect to. For example, pinging Google displays: PING www.google.com (220.127.116.11) 56(84) ...
The instructor is Running the application (Ctrl + F5) initially, rather than debugging it. When a debugger is attached (eg you launch the application with F5 or by hitting the green play arrow), you have to stop debugging before you can rebuild, and when you debug again, or restart, the changed version will open in a new tab. When you run an application ...
IIS on Windows 7 is not installed as a feature by default. You must install KB958830 2008 Server Tool pack. Search for the Server 2008 Tool Pack, download and install. You will then see IIS in Windows features.
Old post!!. But sometimes this will help someone to save his time. This seems to be a framework error.Reinstalling framework will solve this issue. Reinstall framework by going to control panel > Turn windows features on/off > Microsoft .NET Framework xxx
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