Updated IIS FTP Service Extensibility References

It’s hard to believe that it has already been six years since I wrote my Extensibility Updates in the FTP 8.0 Service blog, and it has been nine years since I wrote my FTP 7.5 Service Extensibility References blog. (Wow… where has all that time gone?) In any event, those blogs introduced several of the…

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Running IIS Express on a Random Port

I have found myself using IIS Express for a bunch of web projects these days, and each of these projects is using different frameworks and different authoring systems. (Like Windows Notepad, which is still the one of the world’s most-used code editors.) Anyway, there are many times when I need multiple copies of IIS Express…

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Simple Java Wrapper Class for raspistill on the Raspberry Pi 2

Like many self-proclaimed geeks, I can’t resist a change to play with new technology. So when the Raspberry Pi 2 was released a short time ago, I didn’t hesitate buying one. My first impressions was: for $35, that’s a lot of computer power in a very small package. And because I really am a geek,…

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Follow Up: Converting Text Files to Audio Files

A couple of days ago I posted a blog which I titled Creating an HTML Application to Convert Text Files to Audio Files, in which I showed how to create an HTML Application that will convert a text file to an audio file. I thought that I would follow up that article with a quick…

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Creating an HTML Application to Convert Text Files to Audio Files

I’d like to take a brief departure from my normal collage of web-related and server-management examples and share a rather eclectic code sample. Here’s the scenario: I am presently working on another college degree, and I was recently taking a class which required a great deal of reading.  These assignments were all in digital form:…

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Command-Line Utility to Create BlogEngine.NET Password Hashes

I ran into an interesting predicament the other day, and I thought that both the situation and my solution were worth sharing. Here’s the scenario: I host websites for several family members and friends, and one of my family member’s uses BlogEngine.NET for her blog. (As you may have seen in my previous blogs, I’m…

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FTP Clients – Part 16: NetDrive

For the next installments in my series about FTP clients, I will be taking a look at two FTP redirectors at the same time. In this specific blog post, I will focus on NetDrive (from Bdrive Inc.), whereas my previous post looked at WebDrive (from South River Technologies). At the time of this blog’s writing,…

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FTP Clients – Part 15: WebDrive

For the next installments in my series about FTP clients, I will be taking a look at two FTP redirectors at the same time. In this specific blog post, I will focus on WebDrive (from South River Technologies), whereas my next post will look at NetDrive (from Bdrive Inc.). At the time of this blog’s…

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Using the WebDAV Redirector with OneDrive Part 2 – Two-Step Verification

This blog is Part 2 of a series about mapping a drive letter to your OneDrive account. In Part 1 of this series, I showed you how to map a drive letter to your OneDrive account when you are using standard security, and in this blog I will show you how to map a drive…

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