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Create IIS Application for your .NET application in sub-folder
.NET
Written by Dicky   
Monday, 09 March 2009 13:44
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I create this article to once again remind myself to always remember to create IIS application for a sub-folder that contains ASP.NET application. So, I was helping customer to install/upgrade his CMS site that was based on ASP.NET. I wasted most of my time trying to figure out why pages cannot inherits values from the parent. It's an open source code, I tried to modify the code, the web.config file, change the application pool, add the .DLL to the GAC, change .NET version back and forth but I never can get it fully working, I only can get it partially working the most.

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Importing Metabase.xml and Service Unavailable error message
IIS
Written by Dicky   
Thursday, 26 February 2009 14:27
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When I received my new PC, I only have backup of Metabase.xml from the old machine instead of the regular .MD0 and .SC0 files if you do normal Export / Import operation from the IIS Manager. Also, I found out that simply replacing the Metabase.xml to C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv will not work, IIS won't start this way because the new PC has different Machine Key. The error message when you run "iisreset /start" command usually as follow:

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Cute FTP Pro 7.0 Site Manager Settings
Others
Written by Dicky   
Wednesday, 25 February 2009 12:37
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I was trying to find where CuteFTP stored their site manager settings file after I have a new work PC with fresh install. When I was playing around with the menu, I was stumbled into the Site Manager settings and found out that they store the settings in a file called sm.dat. The complete path is:

C:\Documents and Settings\<your username>\Application Data\GlobalSCAPE\CuteFTP Pro\7.0\sm.dat

You can just simply copy paste and replace the current sm.dat with the old one that you have saved in your old hard drive. It saves me quite some time from entering all the FTP sites I used one by one.

 
Registered Server entries for SQL Server Management Studio Express
SQL
Written by Dicky   
Tuesday, 24 February 2009 15:56
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My work PC suddenly stopped working over the weekend and I was given a fresh install of new PC. I need to reload most of my development software. After I installed SQL Server Management Studio Express, I found out that I'm missing the registered servers entries that I have setup in my old computer. The correct way to do it is by using Export / Import features. However, if you no longer can do that, you can just simply go to:

C:\Documents and Settings\<YourUserName>\Application Data\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\90\Tools\Shell\RegSrvr.xml

and copy over that XML file to the same destination path in your new PC and voila! your registered server is now available :)

 
Backdoor dialing to U.S. number through Gizmo5
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Written by Dicky   
Friday, 13 February 2009 10:49
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I just found out that Gizmo5 offer backdoor calling to approximately 11% of U.S. number. I enter my mobile number and it's eligible for backdoor calling! So, all you need to do is to download their software to your computer, create Gizmo5 account and start making free call to the number eligible for backdoor calling for free. Just make sure once you are connected to your Gizmo5 account, you need to enter the prefix 0101 + 10 digit US number to make the backdoor call. If you have specific Nokia phone such as N95, N80 or E61, you can even use your mobile phone to place the call through WiFi connection after you download their software from Nokia Lab.

 
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