I was recently working on an upgrade to a website that involved changing the Application Pools from 32-bit to 64-bit. The servers hosted several websites and they all ran in 32-bit mode. Several days later I noticed the System log was full of the following errors for one of the websites that I didn’t update.
Often times changing Application Pool settings in IIS means having to touch all the Application Pools that are used by a single website. For web farms hosting several websites this can easily get complicated. One way to handle this is to find all the Application Pools within a Website and then update them as needed.
Parser Error Message: Compiler executable file csc.exe cannot be found. I recently ran into this error when upgrading an application from ASP.NET 2.0 to ASP.NET 3.5 on IIS7.5.
The Heartbleed Vulnerability is a serious SSL Bug that basically can allow a hacker to decrypt your SSL traffic. Network and Systems teams are racing to resolve vulnerabilites to their applications. I’ll focus on the impact to IIS hosted applications.
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