IIS Worker processes & windowstation/desktops

Back to fire after some good & sunny holidays and a cool team offsite in Lisbon with my european colleagues Tess, Doug, Carlo, Johan and all others. My today’s take will be related to IIS6 and the logical execution context of its worker process, especially its related windowstation and desktops First as quick terminology remind quoted from…

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Calling into your BHO from a client script

BHO means “Browser Helper Object”, that’s an IE plugin that interacts with browser & user events.Basically this is a COM component that implements IObjectWithSite and is registered under“HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper Objects” A typical BHO could be a pop-up blocker, customizing at client-side an HTML document.Some of them are also doing some UI stuffs, like adding menu…

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Dissection of an ASP.NET 2.0 request processing flow

For my first technical post, I wanted to discuss about IIS6 & ASP.NET request processing, and their related queuing & threading mechanismsI see quite every day some people who misunderstand the processing flow in their production applications, whereas it helps a lot to diagnose potential contentions.For sure I’ve been here only using public symbols store…

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Yet another blog??!!!

Greeting everybody to the very first post of my new blog 🙂 So first, who am I to wanna write one more new MSDN blog?I’m working as Escalation Engineer based in Microsoft France, working in Internet Development Support team.That just means I’m handling some customer support issues within their Web architectures & related devs. Compared to…

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