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mikedopp Geekswithblogs (edition) IIS There are 8 entries for the tag IIS
Commerce Server 2007: Direct Mailer Is Not Working Please Help!
Cannot tell you how much fun this can be if it is not working correctly. First make sure SMTP is set up correctly in your IIS install (IIS6-IIS7.5(which uses IIS6 but thats for another story)) Direct Mailer Not working or not sending email or just needs to be configured correctly? First lets make sure the server and users/groups are created right. To grant the Marketing Web Service access to the Direct Mailer Service 1. Click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click ......

Posted On Sunday, February 28, 2010 6:48 PM

Commerce Server 2007 PUP Check.
So as you all know I am a Non-MVP for Commerce Server 2007 however I have worked tirelessly with this server. I know a ton of the in’s and outs of the architecture and have written a good number of scripts and modified others scripts to work. Recently I have had the pleasure of making Commerce Server 2007 run (play nice) with Windows Server 2008r2. This was interesting in many many ways to which I will document down the road. For this post I wanted to share a great little script that helps with your ......

Posted On Thursday, February 25, 2010 5:51 AM

Shutdown Server Services on your Server
Um so you know its your dream to use windows server 2003/2008 as your desktop Operating system right? So most of you just said no. However for the small amount that might just be curious here is a little script to stop installed server applications built into these server installs. @echo off :start set /p _input="Server? [y/n]" if %_input% equ y ( echo Starting server services… sc start HTTPFilter REM HTTP SSL sc start IISADMIN REM IIS Admin sc start lanmanserver REM Server sc start MSSQLSERVER REM ......

Posted On Thursday, May 14, 2009 11:06 AM

Testing and Editing SMTP Email without having a SMTP Server Running
Being a System Administrator as well as a Web Developer I run into issues with the Mail protocol SMTP. Things hang or people want their email better formatted. Or simply test out you spam messages you are going to blast before you well blast them. Of course you run into issues like is my ports open correctly, is the SMTP server setup to block relaying? Has my domain been blacklisted from spamming? These kind of questions are important. While I can’t fix the blacklisting domain issue the rest is well ......

Posted On Tuesday, April 7, 2009 4:53 AM

Web Site Testing and Configuration tools
I have been coding using Microsoft technologies for a long while. Recently I was given the chance to do a little bit of web mastering. Due to my system admin background I was most definitely game for this. Learning IIS 6.0 was not a huge leap as I had done a lot of development using IIS5.1(Windows XP Professional); however I had not as yet used Host headers in IIS (IIS 5.1 only allows for one site. I will post about that later.). This was a learning experience (Don’t even get me started on the issue ......

Posted On Wednesday, September 10, 2008 4:23 AM

Resetting your web application or web site without recycling app pool or IIS.
If you don't know by now you can reset your web applications and or web sites with a simple change to the web.config. For example you can FTP(if remote or hosted) to your server and edit the web.config by adding a space or removing a space. Basically you want the application your using editing with think something has changed since you touched the document. Save the form after this has happened and IIS will recycle the application / web site. This however can be tedious and just well feel like a ......

Posted On Sunday, March 30, 2008 5:19 AM

ASP.NET Basics: Foundation of ASP.NET
This has been pooled together from a number of resources: What is ASP.NET? Microsoft ASP.NET is a server side technology that enables programmers to build dynamic Web sites, web applications, and XML Web services. It is a part of the .NET based environment and is built on the Common Language Runtime (CLR) . So programmers can write ASP.NET code using any .NET compatible language. What are the differences between ASP.NET 1.1 and ASP.NET 2.0? A comparison chart containing the differences between ASP.NET ......

Posted On Thursday, March 20, 2008 8:07 AM

Windows Server 2003 - IIS6.0 Do not delete the Default Web Site!
I being a very intelligent web developer (This is true). Decided it might be fun to delete the Default Web Site in IIS6.0 not thinking much of it. Of course it wouldn't have mattered at all, at least until I decided to install commerce server 2007 enterprise on the production server that I had deleted the Default Web Site. Why was this a problem you ask? Wow good question. Here's the long and short of it. When installing Microsoft Commerce Server 2007 sp1 you can get about oh I'd say 5 minutes into ......

Posted On Friday, March 14, 2008 8:05 AM

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