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IIS is now the market leader with a 37.5% share of all sites

Friday August 1, 2014 by Erez's IIS Blog

A few months ago, I reported about the growth of sites running on IIS, which was edging closer and closer to Apache's market share. This month (July 2014), NetCraft's web server survey confirms that this has finally happened and IIS is now the market leader with close to 374 millions sites and a...

Automating IIS configuration with .Net

Wednesday July 2, 2014 by Erez's IIS Blog

Configuring websites can be a tedious task, especially if you have large systems to manage, such as hosting providers do. If you are tired of doing this sort of thing manually, Visual Studio Magazine has published a detailed guide on using .Net code to do this for you.This allows creating new sit...

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Using the WebDAV Redirector with OneDrive Part 2 - Two-Step Verific...

Tuesday September 30, 2014 by robmcm

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This blog is Part 2 of a series about mapping a drive letter to your OneDrive account. In Part 1 of this series, I showed you how to map a drive letter to your OneDrive account when you are using standard security, and in this blog I will show you how to map a drive letter to your OneDrive account after you have enabled two-step verification for your account security. The process is largely sim...

Using the WebDAV Redirector with OneDrive Part 1 - Standard Security

Tuesday September 30, 2014 by robmcm

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If you have read some of my previous blog posts and IIS.NET articles about WebDAV, you will see that I often use the WebDAV Redirector that is built-in to Windows in order to connect to various WebDAV websites. This allows me to access my files via a mapped drive letter, which also enables me to use WebDAV with applications that do not have native WebDAV support. (Like Visual Studio.) I'm also....

WordPress IIS and PNG Not Showing Up Headaches

Wednesday September 3, 2014 by Ponderings - Various Topical Thoughts by Brad Kingsley » IIS

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Okay, this bit me again today, and I didn’t remember the solution from previous research so I had to research it again. That to me means I need to write it up in a blog post. :) I’m running WordPress...

Managing IIS Logs with GZipStream

Thursday August 28, 2014 by Peter Viola » IIS

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Depending on how many sites your Windows web server is hosting maintaining IIS logs can be a challenge. IIS logs provide valuable insight into the traffic your sites are experiencing as well as detailed SEO metrics and performance data. A typical web server will have just enough free disk space for future growth needs but ultimately will be limited by the capacity of drives in the server. If le...