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Re: is there a way to stop iis http headers from having iis5
if you have urlscan installed.. do a search for urlscan.ini and change the following line: AlternateServerName= to: AlternateServerName=foobar v1.0 or something like that... and make sure RemoveServerHeader = 0. After adding the foobar [...]
http://www.rockfloat.com/board/post/?id=412
April 11, 2002 @19:19 (Replies: 0) (Rank: 0.061)
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Re: Re: problems renewing ssl certificate on iis5
It looks like service pack 4 for windows 2000 server fixed some of the above annoyances. You still need to create a temporary site, generate the cert, and transfer it... but it's better than before :) John M.
http://www.rockfloat.com/board/post/?id=87
March 19, 2004 @15:05 (Replies: 0) (Rank: 0.000)
windows 2000 server gthrsvc corrupt or missing
i had a windows 2k server running iis and ms sql server that thought it was fun to lockup every few months. when i finally got a replacement and put the thing on the bench... upon reboot it posted some message about gthrsvc corrupt or missing in c:/ [...]
http://www.rockfloat.com/board/post/?id=357
November 14, 2003 @14:11 (Replies: 0) (Rank: 0.000)
No input file specified error when using php with iis
this is usually because iis can't find the file, look to see if the document root is correct in iis John M.
http://www.rockfloat.com/board/post/?id=147
April 04, 2003 @20:49 (Replies: 0) (Rank: 0.000)
what iislock can do to an ssl key :(
For what it's worth, I just found out how important it is to understand how the iislock works. I installed the iislock about two months ago... and yesterday microsoft came out with a new version. So i installed it.. but since I had already used it a [...]
http://www.rockfloat.com/board/post/?id=426
April 12, 2002 @19:37 (Replies: 0) (Rank: 0.000)
Re: how to you back up an ssl key?
this should get you started: 1. from a run command type mmc 2. when the "snap in" opens... you might need to go to the console tab and add Internet Information Server 3. click the plus sign next to IIS (internet Information Server) 4. click the [...]
http://www.rockfloat.com/board/post/?id=425
April 12, 2002 @12:48 (Replies: 0) (Rank: 0.000)
is there a way to stop iis http headers from having iis5
I have an iis5 box, and the stupid http headers have iis5 in them, how can i get rid of this? John M.
http://www.rockfloat.com/board/post/?id=444
April 11, 2002 @19:16 (Replies: 1) (Rank: 0.000)
Re: what is the microsoft iis urlscan thing
this link does a really good job explaining it: <a href="http://www.iisfaq.com/Articles/384/" target="_blank">http://www.iisfaq.com/Articles/384/</a>
http://www.rockfloat.com/board/post/?id=424
April 11, 2002 @16:15 (Replies: 0) (Rank: 0.000)
what is the microsoft iis urlscan thing
I saw something about it once... John M.
http://www.rockfloat.com/board/post/?id=473
April 11, 2002 @16:14 (Replies: 1) (Rank: 0.000)
Re: how do you know what url to use to get to a site
try this: 1. from a run comand, enter "mmc" without the quotes 2. when the Microsoft Management Console opens..... 3. click on the console tab, and pick "add/remove snap in" 4. when the dialoge box opens.. click "add" 5. when the dialoge box o [...]
http://www.rockfloat.com/board/post/?id=458
April 03, 2002 @21:44 (Replies: 0) (Rank: 0.000)
how do you know what url to use to get to a site
I have iis running and it has 3 sites on it... but i'm not sure how to "get to" each of them. I'm supposed to make a change to this development site, and i know where the files are, but i need to see the page served to see if my changes are working [...]
http://www.rockfloat.com/board/post/?id=455
April 03, 2002 @21:38 (Replies: 1) (Rank: 0.000)
Re: problems renewing ssl certificate on iis5
You are experiencing a bug in iis5. Here's what you need to do. 1. create a bogus site on the server 2. create a new ssl cert request 3. send the request to verisign or whoever 4. when you get the cert back from verisign, complete the "pending [...]
http://www.rockfloat.com/board/post/?id=440
April 03, 2002 @06:22 (Replies: 0) (Rank: 0.000)
problems renewing ssl certificate on iis5
I've got a server running iis5, and I'm trying to renew the ssl certificate, but every time I try to install the new one.. i get this stupid error. Oh... and what's worse, it seems that you can't use periods or commas in the organization name and th [...]
http://www.rockfloat.com/board/post/?id=466
April 03, 2002 @04:59 (Replies: 2) (Rank: 0.000)
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