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  • Server applications with heavy backgrounds!

    I hate programs having heavy backgrounds.   The GUI designers should consider simpler approaches specially the programs that are meant to be running on the Server Operating Systems. (Windows Server specifically) Sometimes we need to run such application using Terminal consoles over dialup!   The coders/developers should implement low ...
    Posted to Khurram Aziz (Weblog) by khurram on June 4, 2004
  • Windows XP, Active Directory, Visual Studio.Net, Web Projects, REALM Problem

    Today, I needed to setup a web project on Windows XP box that was a member of an Active Directory domain. I was getting 500 errors while creating the web project in the Visual Studio. Checking event logs of System, Application and Security I discovered that IUSR_MACHINE account is having some ACL problems.   I dig furthered, and find out ...
    Posted to Khurram Aziz (Weblog) by khurram on June 3, 2004
  • IIS/ADSI/Microsoft.Net

    ADSI (Active Directory Services Interface) provide the accessibility to the developers to work with different ADSI compliant providers, like LDAP, Novell DS, WinNT and IIS. Microsoft.Net’s System.DirectoryServices namespace (you might need to reference the System.DirectoryServices.dll) provide the required classes and interfaces to work with ...
    Posted to Khurram Aziz (Weblog) by khurram on May 29, 2004
  • Security Concerns for Administrators Hosting Asp.Net Applications

    Generally, in production, there are multiple Asp.Net applications running on a single machine. (ISP environment) The administrators usually create separate windows accounts for each application, set them as the web application’s anonymous users and set the file system ACLs accordingly.   Asp.Net has a worker process that runs under ASPNET ...
    Posted to Khurram Aziz (Weblog) by khurram on May 17, 2004
  • Running SubVersion With Apache On Windows

    Source Controls are important in iteration based software development. They can even be used for personal use, and can be handy to see what changes were made in past, or to recover old version of files in case something has gone tremendously wrong.   Microsoft’s VSS (Visual Source Safe) and CVS (Concurrent Version System) are two widely ...
    Posted to Khurram Aziz (Weblog) by khurram on May 5, 2004
  • Windows Server Feedback

    Many of us say that we do not like Windows as the Server Operating System, but this is the fact that Windows has made its own unique position in this area. Though Windows has been the number one target for the attackers and hackers in the recent past, but I guess, it helped them learn the lessons to make their OS more secure. One such example ...
    Posted to Khurram Aziz (Weblog) by khurram on April 13, 2004
  • Command Completion On Windows 2000

    I took off today from the office, as this morning, it was my bedroom’s turn to be painted. Anyways, just have got my things wired up again. Things are still messy; that I guess will settle down with time :) I needed to work remotely on one of the server that happens to be running Windows 2000. On its command prompt, I was missing the ...
    Posted to Khurram Aziz (Weblog) by khurram on March 31, 2004
  • SQL Server Web Data Administrator

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=c039a798-c57a-419e-acbc-2a332cb7f959&displaylang=en A very handy tool to manage/access SQL server. Nice interface, with query execution option that even let you save, the query and its results in files. All it requires is .NET runtime on the client. There is no need to install SQL ...
    Posted to Khurram Aziz (Weblog) by khurram on March 18, 2004
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