Just a quick post on IIS7 cert mapping setup

Install the role service under IIS At the Server level – enable DS mapping under authentication: Create the web site. Enable it for HTTPS ( bindings ) Set the site to require certs under: Enable the site : C:\Windows\SysWOW64\inetsrv>appcmd unlock config /section:clientCertificateMappingAuthentication Unlocked section “system.webServer/security/authentication/clientCertificateMappingAuthentication” at configuration path “MACHINE/WEBROOT/APPHOST”. C:\Windows\SysWOW64\inetsrv>appcmd set config “CertAuthWebSite” -section:clientCertificateMappingAuthentication /enabled:true…



I needed a quick function to return a point.. Spatpublic Point Lerp(Point p0, Point p1, double amtInterpolate) { double xlerp = p0.X + ( p1.X – p0.X ) * amtInterpolate; double ylerp = p0.Y + ( p1.Y – p0.Y ) * amtInterpolate; Point newPoint = new Point(xlerp, ylerp); return newPoint; }  


Debugging managed code.. from a newb for managed code debugging

Debugging managed code in WinDbg has never been my idea of fun. I wasn’t forcibly exposed to it enough I guess.   For example, if you look at http://blogs.msdn.com/spatdsg/archive/2009/02/23/there-and-back-again-the-life-of-a-bug-and-fix.aspx   there is like a 5 step process for setting a breakpoint, instead of !bpmd. Well, the other day I dug deep into debugging some code to…


Why am I using VMWare?

Well, I have had to resort to VMWare. I don’t have anything against it really, I used to use it exclusively, but I would rather use an MS platform if it does what I need it to. Unfortunately the  VPC version for Win7 does not support 64 bit guests and I run a bunch of…


Playing with Silverlight..

Testing a few things with SL, eventually want a TFS integrated reporting tool. But, this was more for just fun.