URL Rewrite- Part 3(Outbound Rules & Rewrite Maps)

Why Outbound rules in URL rewrite? If we want to make any changes in the response headers or content after the processing has been completed by the specific handler or execution engine before sending it to the client, we can use outbound rules. How to create an outbound rule? To create an outbound rule click…

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URL Rewrite- Part 2(Inbound Rules)

Why URL Rewrite? Define powerful rules to transform complex URLs into simple and consistent Web addresses http://Chiranth.com/get/ppt.aspx?author=Chiranth&topic=urlrewrite vs http://Chiranth.com/get/ppt/author/Chiranth/urlrewrite       2. Preventing hot-linking       3. Search engine friendly URLs Enforce http://www.mysite.com instead of http://mysite.com Why do we need inbound rules? If we need to modify the incoming request uri or request headers before the request…

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URL Rewrite- Part 1(Prerequisites)

I am planning to post of a series of blogs on how we can use URLRewrite with and without ARR in IIS 7 and above. But before going into URLRewrite we need to understand some basics and there are some prerequisites. So in this blog we will discuss about the prerequisites below. 1) Difference between…

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Setting up Kerberos Authentication for a Website in IIS

I had previously blogged on the working of Kerberos and how to troubleshoot authentication issues with Kerberos when it fails. Then I thought it would be good if I can also document the basic steps we look into when configuring Kerberos for a site. Over here we look into step by step process of the…

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SSL Troubleshooting-TROUBLESHOOTING STEPS FOR SERVER SIDE SSL PROBLEMS

  I would suggest to go through the below article which talks about SSL handshake before going through the Troubleshooting part. http://blogs.msdn.com/b/kaushal/archive/2013/08/03/ssl-handshake-and-https-bindings-on-iis.aspx Scenario 1: Page cannot be displayed error while browsing over https. it works over http. Troubleshooting Steps: Step1: Do an iisreset, browse the page and again do iisreset . Go through the Event…

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NTLM!!!!!!! want to know how it works!!!!!!!!!

Overview and working of NTLM Why NTLM: Microsoft adopted Kerberos as the preferred authentication protocol for Windows 2000 and subsequent Active Directory domains. Kerberos is typically used when a server belongs to a Windows Server domain, or if a trust relationship with a Windows Server Domain is established in some other way (such as Linux…

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All About Kerberos “The Three Headed Dog” with respect to IIS and Sql

Kerberos Understanding and troubleshooting Steps to be followed while dealing with Troubleshooting Kerberos related issues. Prerequisites: 1) Kerberos can only work in intranet because client needs to interact with the Domain controller directly. 2) Kerberos can be used in internet only if you have a public facing active directory. But public facing active directory is…

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