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    Microsoft IIS provides file and folder listings through the Directory Browsing access control setting, which can be set at the folder or Web level. Using the file system objects for Active Server Pages (ASP), you can create pages that function like...
    This step-by-step article describes how to configure different ASP.NET versions for different Web applications running on the same Web server. This article also describes how to configure an ASP.NET application to target a specific version of the .NET...
    Describes a problem where an ASP.NET application may experience delays if time-outs occur when the application invokes in-process COM+ components.
    If you impersonate a particular account in your ASP.NET Web Service (.asmx) or in your Web Form (.aspx), and then you call to an Apartment/Single-threaded Component Object Model (COM) component, the process identity (by default, ASPNET account) is used...
    Discusses globalization issues in ASP, ASP.NET 1.x, and ASP.NET 2.0.
    When you search against Index Server through an ASP.NET page, you may receive the following error message: This behavior is observed only if you enable impersonation for the ASP.NET Web application and if the security context under which the ASP.NET...
    ASP.NET, in conjunction with Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS), can authenticate user credentials such as names and passwords using any of the following authentication methods:
    This article includes a list of ASP error codes that may be returned while an Active Server Pages (ASP) page is processing. This may vary depending on the version of Internet Information Services (IIS) that you use.
    This article describes how to use Visual C# .NET code to trap and respond to errors when they occur in ASP.NET. ASP.NET has improved the error handling options from traditional Microsoft Active Server Pages (ASP). In ASP.NET, you can handle errors at...
    This article describes how to configure permissions within the registry to support PerformanceCounter updates from within ASP.NET applications or Web services.

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