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,…


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…


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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Using the WebDAV Redirector with OneDrive Part 1 – Standard Security

If you have read some of my previous blog posts and IIS.NET articles about WebDAV, you will see that I often use the WebDAV Redirector that is built-in to Windows in order to connect to various WebDAV websites. This allows me to access my files via a mapped drive letter, which also enables me to…

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FTP Clients – Part 14: CuteFTP

For this next installment in my series about FTP clients, I want to take a look at Globalscape’s CuteFTP, which is available from the following URL: http://www.cuteftp.net/ CuteFTP is a for-retail product that used to be available in several editions – Lite, Home, and Pro – but at the time of this blog CuteFTP was…


Some Useful and Obscure FTP Configuration Settings

I get a lot of question about various configuration settings for the IIS FTP service, and most of the settings that I discuss with people can be configured through the FTP features in the IIS Manager. That being said, there are some useful configuration settings for the FTP service which I periodical send to people…

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Case Study: Migrating Microsoft’s .NET Community Websites to Microsoft Azure

Have you ever wondered how much work is involved when migrating a traditionally-hosted production website to Microsoft Azure? If so, the following case study might be of interest to you: Microsoft Azure Migration: Microsoft’s .NET Community Websites Migrating Microsoft’s ASP.NET and IIS.NET Community Websites to Microsoft Azure Here’s a little background information on this migration…

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Simple Utility to Calculate File Hashes

I have to download various files from time-to-time, and it’s nice when websites provide checksum hashes so I can validate that the file I just downloaded matches the version on the server. (ON a related note, I wrote a blog several years ago which showed how to create a provider for the IIS FTP service…

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FTP ETW Tracing and IIS 8 – Part 2

Shortly after I published my FTP ETW Tracing and IIS 8 blog post, I was using the batch file from that blog to troubleshoot an issue that I was having with a custom FTP provider. One of the columns which I display in my results is Clock-Time, which is obviously a sequential timestamp that is…


FTP ETW Tracing and IIS 8

In the past I have written a couple of blogs about using the FTP service’s Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) features to troubleshoot issues; see FTP and ETW Tracing and Troubleshooting Custom FTP Providers with ETW for details. Those blog posts contain batch files which use the built-in Windows LogMan utility to capture an ETW…