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AppendToLog in response object
AppendToLog in response object
There are many magic methods in response object. With AppendToLog method you can access and write your message to ISS logs. This could be very usefull if you wish to create custom messages in log files. But there is greate limitation of this method which can write maximum 80 characters and can not contains commas. Because log files are comma-delineated files and informations are splitting with commas.
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Microsoft Script Debugger
Microsoft Script Debugger
MS Script Debugger can be used to debug both client side and server side scripts. Here is how to set up your system to debug server side VBScript pages.
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How to setup Virtual Includes on IIS 5.x
How to setup Virtual Includes on IIS 5.x
So you have just installed IIS and the includes are not working and you do not know what a Virtual Directory is! Hmmmm! This tutorial will help you set up virtual includes on IIS 5.x.
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Installing Internet Information Server (Win XP Pro)
Installing Internet Information Server (Win XP Pro)
Learn how to install Internet Information Server(Win xp pro).
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View Your Web Servers Log Files With ASP
View Your Web Servers Log Files With ASP
This article describes a simple way to create an ASP page that will allow you to view your web servers log files in a standard web page across the Internet. You will be able to choose which log file to view, the format of the log file, and the number of individual log entries to display. This article assumes you are proficient with ASP and have access to a Windows 2000 web server running IIS. The support file available for download.
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Mask Your Web Server for Enhanced Security
Mask Your Web Server for Enhanced Security
Masking or anonymizing a Web server involves removing identifying details that intruders could use to detect your OS and Web server vendor and version. This information, while providing little or no utility to legitimate users, is often the starting place for crackers, blackhat hackers and "script kiddies". This article explores some ways you can minimize the risk of such detection. Most of the examples focus on Microsoft"ôs Internet Information Server (IIS), since it has been most widely lambasted for its vulnerabilities, but some Apache detection countermeasures are also covered. While IIS users probably have the most vested interest here, server anonymization is relevant to anyone responsible for administering a Web server.
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Installing Personal Web Server to run ASP
Installing Personal Web Server to run ASP
Before you can test Active Server Pages on your development PC, you need a web server. This article gives step-by-step instructions (literally) on how to install and configure Microsoft's Personal Web Server on Windows 98.
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Ten Things to Do With IIS
Ten Things to Do With IIS
Rather than whining about rude Apache admins, this article provides some tips tips for making the most of your IIS.
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Restarting PWS
Restarting PWS
Did your PWS freeze up your machine just because you forgot an RS.MoveNext? Learn to restart your PWS without restarting your machine.
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Things to Do With IIS
Things to Do With IIS
A senior IIS admin shares his experience and describes top 10 things to do to improve IIS, which are "Customize Your Error Pages", "Dive into the MetaBase", "Add spell checking to your URLs", "Rewrite your URLs", "Add browser detection", "Gzip site content", "Cache your content", "Tune your server", "Secure your server with simple fixes" and "Patch, patch, patch!".
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