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Seen on Scott Guthrie's blog , is an announcement for an upcoming release of IIS Express. IIS Express offers the functionality of IIS 7.0, even back on Windows XP, running as a user mode application (i.e. admin rights not required to run this ad hoc Read More...
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More info: http://isc.sans.edu/diary.html?storyid=8935 Verify your IIS website, and if you are maintaining the server, verify you're up-to-date with patches. Read More...
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Kingcope has published an exploit to the Bugtraq mailing list for IIS FTP service running on IIS5, IIS6 and IIS7 (when running FTP v6). Note that IIS 7 running FTP v7 and IIS 7.5 are not affected. Microsoft has an official advisory , and some more details Read More...
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Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 have RTMed. Some new features include (of course) IIS 7.5, new Active Directory functionality (recycle bin), the Live Migration for Hyper-V virtual machines, and direct access/branch cache (for clients) Read More...
After a recent SharePoint 2007 migration exercise at a large customer, we started experiencing performance issues reported by end users when the system was under load. In the Windows Event Logs we saw the following event: Event Type: Warning Event Source: Read More...
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Windows Home Server automatically ignored folders called "temp" when configuring backups. Normally this isn't a problem. However IIS 7.0 does create a folder called temp (by default at c:\inetpub\temp). In this location are stored application Read More...
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Earlier this month I was lucky enough to attend the 2009 Microsoft MVP summit in Seattle. The bulk of the summit consisted of two days of sessions with our product teams (I popped across to some Directory Services sessions as well), and a one day executive Read More...
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As an extension of the previous article on Cross Forest (or Cross Domain) Kerberos Authentication this article examines how to configure cross forest authentication and delegation when users are accessing an arbitrary website URL. In this scenario we Read More...
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Bill Staples has let the cat out of the bag. IIS 7.0 has a new, comprehensive configuration file reference available at iis.net Read More...
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It's been a long time between blog posts. Between a couple of Tech.Eds, being sick with the flu, and a large enterprise System Center Operations Manager 2007 deployment, it's been pretty busy the past month. In addition, handling bathroom and Read More...
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In this part we extend, slightly, upon the previous scenario , by adding delegation. Now we need to allow IIS, in our resource Forest (or domain) to delegate the end user’s credentials, to a backend service (SQL Server in this case): The machines Read More...
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Note: I have created a list of all the IIS and Kerberos parts I'm finally getting around to writing this section on IIS and Kerberos. This initial post will cover the basics of a cross-Forest Kerberos authentication scenario. In the next few posts Read More...
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Last week I was in Seattle attending the Microsoft MVP Summit for 2008. Certainly this year's summit was much better organised than some previous summits in terms of interaction with the IIS product group. Whilst we've seen a bunch of interesting Read More...
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As some of you may be aware, Cesar Cerrudo of Argeniss presented a session at the just completed Hack in a Box conference where exploit code was demonstrated that allows certain code running with restricted privileges (e.g. Network Service) to gain high Read More...
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Here's a useful little module I didn't know even existed, but it appears to have been added to the Microsoft download site in the past couple of days. It allows for bit rate throttling of common, supported, media files when served by IIS 7.0. Read More...
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