Last Updated on Thursday, 28 March 2013 08:44 Written by Anand Narayanaswamy Friday, 29 March 2013 12:00
Websites loads as per the default document file name set inside the server. These file names are added/modified using IIS. In a shared hosting scenario, access to IIS on the server is not allowed. However, WebsitePanel provides an ability to add default documents from within the interface. Moreover, you can also update and delete them.Learn More
Last Updated on Thursday, 14 March 2013 11:22 Written by Sean Gilliland-Sauer Friday, 15 March 2013 12:00
Okay guys, time for the Moment of truth.
I have been trying to get this working for over a week now, and I am super stoked to finally have gotten it working.
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Last Updated on Saturday, 16 February 2013 11:36 Written by David Bauernschmidt Saturday, 16 February 2013 12:00
On most hosted sites the vendor does not allow you to directly make changes to IIS, instead they normally give you some sort of control panel or user interface to do all that you need. The down side is that you normally have to go to each tab or screen make the change and then wait or restart IIS to see the changes. Although this is fine in most cases there are times when you constantly make the same changes to each site you deploy. Until IIS 7 you were hard pressed to do anything other than contact provider to make the changes for you.
Along came IIS 7 with the distributed configuration options. This allows you to make changes to the server without having permission to directly effect IIS. If you put these settings into a web.config file that runs on something less than IIS 7 the server will ignore these setting so you will be fine.Learn More
Last Updated on Monday, 17 December 2012 12:00 Written by Victor Gebhardt Monday, 17 December 2012 12:00
Sometimes you may want to block certain people from visiting your site. They may be trying to guess your password or maybe you simply do not want them to have access to your website. On an ASP plan, this can be handled easily via Remote IIS Manager.
First, download and Install IIS Remote Manager. Then, make a remote IIS Management username by use the “Management” tab in your control panel. The tab is located under the website properties of the website you wish to manage. Then connect to your webspace using IIS Remote Manager.
You can read more about installing IIS Remote Manager and connecting hereLearn More
Last Updated on Wednesday, 8 February 2012 02:58 Written by Carole Bennett Sunday, 12 February 2012 12:00
There are times when testing custom features or skins on a mojoPortal implementation that the Cassini web server built into Visual Studio 2010 isn’t quite up to the task, or doesn’t reveal a problem that only manifests in a hosting environment. One great (and free!) way to even the odds is to utilize IIS Express 7.5 as your testing web server.
By default, whenever you run your mojoPortal instance in Visual Studio 2010, it will use the internal web server (Cassini). It’s actually amazingly simple to switch over to using IIS Server Express 7.5 as your development web server – just follow these steps.
1) Download IIS 7.5 Express here.Learn More
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