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Do you have a high traffic site where you have a lot of WMV/AVI/FLV/PDF documents (or any other MIME type) where your maximum bandwidth of the site is utilized? Do you ever think where majority of the bandwidth would go?
If you select Log File format as “Custom” in the IIS manager, it doesn’t give you options to configure ODBC logging in the UI.In this article I will explain how to configure IIS7.0 site for ODBC logging.
You might see that there is no UI way to take backup, restore backup. Only available way (till Windows 2008 Server RC0) is by the AppCmd tool.Read more here.
Thought of posting this entry which would give some changes that are in IIS7 compared to IIS6, and also few new stuffs introduced in IIS7.
If you were following all the news about IIS7, you would have heard that you can now plug-in ASP.NET Forms Authentication in the main integrated pipeline. Read more on this post.
IIS7 introduces the "Web Management Service" which lets the computer and the domain administrators to manage a web server remotely by using the IIS manager. This is also used when there are some users delegated to manage certain sites or applications on the server.
In IIS6, this was a pain area. On a 64-bit Windows 2003 Server, you cannot run worker processes in both 32-bit mode and as well as 64 bit mode. Either only one of them was possible. This was possible by the below Metabase Key which would be applied to the W3SVC/AppPools node.
As you all know that the brand new FTP7 server now supports adding multiple host names. This is similar to that of adding host headers to the web sites, but as name indicates, these Virtual Host names are Virtual.
I was working for one of our customer who wanted to host his POSIX executables over IIS 7.0 on Windows Vista. He has .dat files which were built on an UNIX environment. He wanted use them as a CGI application hosted on IIS 7.0. Here is where the power of inter-operability of Windows comes into play. Read more on this article.
I was helping one of my colleague whose customer wanted a custom VBScript file which sets redirection for certain files under a virtual directory. Read more on this article.
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