IIS with URL Rewrite as a reverse proxy – part 2 – dealing with 500.52 status codes

This is the second article in a three-part series of articles dealing with setting up IIS as a reverse proxy. Check out part one here. IIS acting as reverse proxy: Where the problems start: Testing this new setup for basic scenarios may work, but you can also be presented with a couple of issues. The…

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Setup IIS with URL Rewrite as a reverse proxy for real world apps.

Url Rewrite, one of the many modules that can be added on to the IIS web-server to make this a very versatile tool can be used to perform a variety of tasks, including allowing you to setup your IIS web-server as a reverse-proxy server to some other back-end HTTP service. A reverse proxy is a…

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Disabling TLS 1.0 on your Windows 2008 R2 server – just because you still have one

Windows 2008 R2 server is a very popular distribution of Windows that has been used time and time again to power servers running ASP.net websites – either on the Internet or on Intranets. Although this Windows version has somewhat aged from 8 years ago, I still tend to see quite a lot of these installs…

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Developing ASP.net 4.5 Webforms apps with Visual Studio 2012 – Part 2

The second video in the series explores how to setup Forms Based Authentication with SQL server 2008 and explains how authorization rules work in ASP.net. The objective is to create an authentication database for the app’s users and setup the authorization rules based on roles, to allow or deny certain users access to certain parts…

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Developing ASP.net 4.5 Webforms apps with Visual Studio 2012

In this first video we look at the out of the box template application that Visual Studio 2012 generates when you create an ASP.net Web Forms application. We see some of the new features of the Visual Studio IDE, and some of the additions to authentication that come with the default project template. Next Chapter…

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Managed Debugging with WinDBG and PSSCor2

If you are anything like me, you have developed ASP.net applications, debugged them using Visual Studio, made sure that they work reasonably well, and then sent them over to the production servers to start using them with real live users. So what happens if you see that there are bugs in production, and you don’t…

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Remember me checkbox does not work with Forms Authentication

Over the summer, I have been working on developing various ASP.net websites for either Microsoft or personal initiatives (like www.linqto.me). While writing the code for these sites, I decided to implement ASP.net Forms Authentication on each of these applications. When writing the logon screen, I made use of the classic Login control provided as part…

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Impact of virtualization on heavy web workloads

As the global trend is to virtualize servers in order to simplify management and lower TCO I am seeing more and more customer willing to virtualize their web workloads. As a result I am often asked what could be the impact of virtualization of their existing environment vs keeping dedicated servers. I did my best…

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