Posts Tagged ‘IIS7’

Failed Request Tracing in IIS7 helps to answer- why

Failed Request Tracing (also called FREB) is an IIS7 request-based tracing tool that helps figure out what exactly is happening to web server requests and why. Poor performance on some requests, authentication-related failures on other requests, or even server 500 errors from ASP or ASP.net were a nightmare to troubleshoot in previous IIS versions since…

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Applied Innovations Boosts Windows Server 2008 (IIS7) Hosting

Since launching Windows Server 2008 (IIS7) last year, we have worked diligently to continue to provide an up-to-date, feature-rich hosting environment. As discussed in this month’s newsletter, we have introduced a variety of significant improvements to our Windows Server 2008 (IIS7) hosting services. Scale your site as your needs change One of the biggest requests…

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Windows Server 2008 Hosting Roadshow

  Microsoft is offering a FREE Hands-on IIS7 Training session with their Hosting Roadshow.  Although we’ve been working with Windows Server 2008 and IIS7 for over a year now, IIS7 represent a major change for web hosting providers world-wide and I had the opportunity to attend the training myself this week. This was without question…

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