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It appears that there is a bug in Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 2 - session_OnEnd events no longer fire in Classic ASP applications. A hotfix and KB to come soon. EDIT: Hotfix is now available here ( KB934903 ) Read More...
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In a previous FAQ we covered enabling Metabase Auditing which allows tracking of metabase changes. If you'd like to get alerts on these changes in MOM (Microsoft Operations Manager 2005, instructions are in this new FAQ . Just in time before the end Read More...
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The Longhorn Server February CTP has been released on Connect . I imagine it will be available on MSDN downloads soon Read More...
I noticed on Frank's blog today that Adam Cogan has some suggestions for improving Microsoft software. In particular Adam has a page on improving IIS . With all due respect to Adam, I think we have a PEBKAC issue here, not a GUI issue. Adam complains Read More...
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Amongst all the hoopla around the Window Vista and Office 2007 launches, there are a few more downloads out there worth checking out. The new IIS Download Center has been launched by the IIS Product Group. Here you can download add-ons and extensions Read More...
Delegation is a feature of Kerberos authentication that allows a server to obtain a Kerberos ticket on behalf of an end user without ever having access to the end user's password. This functionality allows Kerberos to solve typical "double-hop" Read More...
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In Part 3 of this series we look at setting up Kerberos Authentication in the simplest possible scenario. If you missed Parts 1 ( What is Kerberos and how does it work ) and 2 ( Service Principal Names ) they may be worth reading first. In this scenario, Read More...
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Apologies for the delay in posting Part 2 - I've been on holidays so it's been a bit hard finding the time to write these posts. In this part we cover Service Principal Names (SPNs). In a previous post we covered the basics of Kerberos authentication. Read More...
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Edit: I've created a list of all the parts in this series here , which will be updated as I add more parts. Configuring Kerberos and Delegation is one of the more common problems I see in the communities and even within Avanade. Since Kerberos isn't Read More...
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Looks like I'm a Microsoft MVP for another year. Yay! From: ...@mvpaward.com Sent: Sunday, 1 October 2006 9:37 PM To: Ken Schaefer Subject: [MVP] Congratulations! You have received the Microsoft MVP Award Dear Ken Schaefer, Congratulations! We are Read More...
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On my current project, the customer is implementing a PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) as part of the platform migration. Whilst we had verified our design on x86 (32 bit), we thought we should also verify our design on x64 (64 bit Windows) just in case Read More...
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It's been a quiet month blog wise, but very busy otherwise. On August 25-28th I was at Tech.Ed Australia 2006 presenting two sessions on IIS (Everything web administrator needs to know about MOM 2005 and IIS 7.0 An End to End Overview). In mid-August, Read More...
MSDN Library is now a freely available download from Microsoft, saving developers and systems administrators who previously had to subscribe to an MSDN Library level subscription. The May MSDN library is available from Microsoft Download Centre . Read More...
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Tristan's got a post explaining how to determine whether your client's using NTLM or Kerberos when authenticating to your web application. Is there a better way than looking at the size of the request? I think so (but that's just my opinion). Read More...
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If you're coming to Tech.Ed Sydney please feel free to drop by and say "Hi!" I'll be presenting two sessions on Wednesday afternoon: 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM WEB201 IIS 7: End-to-End Overview of Microsoft’s New Web Application Server Read More...
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