IIS Redirect With a Querystring/URL Vars

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Basics about HTTP Redirect IIS has lots of built in utilities and GUI tools for managing websites. If you need to do a redirect from one URL to another, it couldn’t be easier, especially if you need to include the querystring or URL vars (variables). By the way, if you just need a simple way to… Continue reading IIS Redirect With a Querystring/URL Vars

Apple Pay Domain Verification with IIS

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Apple Pay will give you a file to post on your site in order to verify your domain, similar to how SSL certificate and Google Analytics does it. In my case, however, the path Apple gave included no extension on the filename. IIS will not deliver files without an extension by default. You have to… Continue reading Apple Pay Domain Verification with IIS

Enable outbound TLS 1.1 and 1.2 on Windows Server

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You’ve written a variety of .NET apps and are running into problems connecting to a third party site using .NET as the client creating outbound requests. This post is not about configuring your server to receive requests using TLS 1.1, and higher. If you are looking for configuring IIS, etc, to meet PCI DSS or other security… Continue reading Enable outbound TLS 1.1 and 1.2 on Windows Server

WordPress on IIS 7.x 404 Error

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There can be many reasons  a 404 error is generated when combining Windows, IIS, PHP,  and WordPress. Many of you/us out there use our Windows machines exclusively for a variety of reasons ( most often because gaming is where it’s at on Windows and consoles are for the strange). Because of this, we also develop on these… Continue reading WordPress on IIS 7.x 404 Error

How to run IIS and Apache Tomcat together on port 80

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Classic problem: you’re running Windows and you need to run Apache TomCat without resorting to using port 8080, or somesuch. For me, I needed to install Atlassian JIRA on a Windows machine that was running some other sites on IIS.  I found this terrific blog post which set the foundation for this post. Take a… Continue reading How to run IIS and Apache Tomcat together on port 80