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Windows 2008 server with IIS7

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Old 12-09-2009
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Hey,

Please clarify the little doubt I'm having.I just purchased vBSEO since the newest version finally supports IIS7's URL Rewrite.Now how about Google/Yahoo Sitemap generator, does it support it? If not, how would I get it to run on my windows 2008 server with IIS7?

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Re: Windows 2008 server with IIS7

I have little and only superficial experience with it, I was already starting to think the same thing. Though I could never have put it so poetically.IIS7 is a total revamp of IIS, where IIS6 was just a demo of what was to come, and flaunts lot of time, IMO acts how well it can keep a web site from functioning by default and equally how much more interesting and time consuming an administrator's life will be by throwing in poorly documented and syntactically obtuse powershell scripting needs to access specific functions.
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Re: Windows 2008 server with IIS7

Depending on your InstanceContextMode, and whether or not you use sessions, and how long an average service call take, you probably want to set those values much higher.I'm still safe with a keyboard than I am with a mouse but, MSWx helped me forget more about CLI than I ever want to.It almost feels like spite to view the CLI returns back into its own on the MSWx platform.
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Presently I don't have a database running. I think it's a basic problem, I just implemented a very simple test to get a feeling about the performance of WCF. The service responses a byte-array that is saved in a static variable.I'm not sure why it would first create the object and the later fail to do so.I have looked at Microsofts Failed Request Tracing feature built into IIS 7.But turning to 32-bit allowed MSSOAP.SoapClient30 to function on windows server 2008
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