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    When you attempt to browse the Default Web Site on the local computer (using either http://localhost or the computer's host name), the following error messages appear in the browser: In addition, the following information is displayed in the Technical...
    This step-by-step article describes how to restore the customized policy levels to the default settings for .NET-connected applications. By default, managed assemblies are assigned one of the four trust levels: Full , High , Low , and None . These trust...
    "Your Out of Office settings cannot be displayed" when ASP.NET Role Manager is enabled on Exchange Server 2007
    Describes the permissions and user rights that are granted to the default process account in ASP.NET 1.1. Also briefly discusses the process identities for the W3wp.exe process in IIS 6.
    This step-by-step article describes how to add additional file types to an ASP.NET application to protect certain file types. By default, ASP.NET is configured to intercept and to stop requests for several different file types that are used in ASP.NET...
    This article outlines the access rights that are granted to the default process account and describes some situations in which these rights may be too restrictive for certain tasks. In the default installation of ASP.NET on Microsoft Windows 2000 and...
    This article describes how to set the culture for an ASP.NET application, both at the page level and at the Web application level. By default, ASP.NET supports the cultures that are listed at the following Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) Web site:...
    Describes that you may receive an error message when you create a trusted connection from ASP.NET to SQL Server. Occurs because the default security context for the application does not have any permissions in SQL Server.
    A COM object that sends output to a printer fails when called from Active Server Pages (ASP) but functions correctly when called from an interactive application. This COM object could be either a commercial product such as a Microsoft Office...
    When you use Microsoft CLR Debugger (DbgClr.exe) to debug the Duwamish 7.0 tutorial in ASP.NET, the break point works only the first time on the Default.aspx page. When you load the Default.aspx page in the Web browser later, the debugger does not stop...

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