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Command-Line Utility to Create BlogEngine.NET Password Hashes

Saturday January 31, 2015 by robmcm

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I ran into an interesting predicament the other day, and I thought that both the situation and my solution were worth sharing. Here's the scenario: I host websites for several family members and friends, and one of my family member's uses BlogEngine.NET for her blog. (As you may have seen in my previous blogs, I'm a big fan of BlogEngine.NET.) In any event, she forgot her password, so I logged....

Starting All Sites in IIS on a Windows Server

Friday December 12, 2014 by Ponderings - Various Topical Thoughts by Brad Kingsley » IIS

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So I recently had to do some work on a server that required stopping all sites in IIS but without stopping IIS itself. Here’s the short post on how I did that. Now of course I needed to have all...

Stopping All Sites on a Windows Server Without Stopping IIS

Friday December 12, 2014 by Ponderings - Various Topical Thoughts by Brad Kingsley » IIS

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I had a need recently to stop all the sites running on a Windows server, but I didn’t want to stop IIS. This specific server has hundreds of sites running on it, so stopping each one at a time would...

ASP.NET Razor and the Super-Helpful “This type of page is not serve...

Monday December 1, 2014 by DeanC

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One of my customers contacted me a couple of weeks ago with this issue, but had a different setup that ruled out all the other resolutions he’d come across online. First, the error: Nothing really helpful in there, or in a Failed Request Trace (I’d love to see some decent ASP.NET events someday). He’d already started looking at some of the more common causes reported online, like: Missing the ‘...