Rick Barber at OrcsWeb wrote a blog post about Resolving Group Policy Error 0x8007000d that might be helpful so I’m reposting here. Happy hosting!
Terri Donahue @ OrcsWeb was helping a client with an SSL problem recently and wrote up this nice guest post below to help anyone else who may be in a similar troubleshooting situation. ————————————————————- I encountered a very interesting SSL issue while resolving a problem for a client this week. An SSL certificate was installed […]Hosting, IIS, System Administration, Troubleshooting, Windows
A co-worker – Terri Donahue – was helping a client the other day with some troubleshooting for GIT’s remote push capabilities on Window Server (IIS7). She had zero previous experience with GIT but after some research and testing she got it working. I thought it might be useful to others so asked that she do […]Hosting, IIS, System Administration, Troubleshooting, Windows
People get this error a lot when upgrading an ASP.NET 2.0 application to ASP.NET 4.0. Here is a link to common ASP.NET 4 Breaking Changes: http://www.asp.net/learn/whitepapers/aspnet4/breaking-changes#0.1__Toc256770149 And here is the section that applies to this error: “The workaround for the second scenario is to delete or comment out all the system.web.extensions configuration section definitions and […]ASP.NET, cytanium, Development/Coding, Hosting, IIS, OrcsWeb, System Administration, tip, Troubleshooting, Visual Studio, WebMatrix, Windows