Building and Running ASP.NET Applications

Using ASP.NET Forms Authentication

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IIS Team

HTTP request processing is more integrated in IIS 7.0 and above allowing ASP.NET features like Forms Authentication to process requests for non-ASP.NET content like ASP, PHP or media files. This tu...

ASP.NET Integration with IIS 7

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Mike Volodarsky

Since its release, ASP.NET has been the platform of choice for developing Web applications on the Windows / IIS platform. ASP.NET 2.0 took Web application development to a new level, allowing devel...

How to Take Advantage of the IIS 7.0 Integrated Pipeline

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Mike Volodarsky

IIS 6.0 and previous versions allowed the development of .NET application components via the ASP.NET platform. ASP.NET integrated with IIS via an ISAPI extension, and exposed its own application an...

ASP.NET 2.0 Breaking Changes on IIS 7.0

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Mike Volodarsky

ASP.NET 2.0 applications on IIS 7.0 and above are hosted using the ASP.NET Integrated mode by default. This new mode enables a myriad of exciting scenarios, including using valuable ASP.NET feature...

Wildcard script mapping and IIS 7 integrated pipeline

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Ruslan Yakushev

The big benefit of the IIS 7 and above integrated request processing pipeline is the fact that all the nice and useful ASP.NET features can be used for any type of content on your web site; not jus...

ASP.NET Technical Resources

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Mai-lan Tomsen Bukovec

ASP.NET is a free powerful framework for building dynamic Web applications, whether it’s a small, personal Web site or a large, enterprise class Web application. ASP.NET is adaptable to a wide vari...