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Elena

In response to: ssh/sftp for Windows 2008 Server using CopSSH

Elena [Visitor]
I use now http://www.bitvise.com/winsshd
Its free for personal using and stable. ;)
Elena
PermalinkPermalink 12/27/11 @ 17:16
Elena

In response to: ssh/sftp for Windows 2008 Server using CopSSH

Elena [Visitor]
Good tutorial, but...
:( ...bad news!
CopSSH is not free anymore!
Copssh, Cwrsync and Nagwin - now as paid solutions !
https://www.itefix.no/i2/node/12922
Elena
PermalinkPermalink 12/27/11 @ 14:46
Julie Kub

In response to: Server Side Includes for HTML in IIS7

Julie Kub [Visitor]
There were a few steps missing for installing this on Windows 2008, R2. Here are the steps which worked for me:

a. Go to ‘Start’, ‘Administrative Tools’, and click ‘Server Manager.’
b. In the ‘Server Manger’ hierarchy pane, expand ‘Roles’, and then click ‘Web Server (IIS)’.
c. In the ‘Web Server (IIS)’ pane, scroll to the ‘Role Services’ section, and then click ‘Add Role Services’.
d. On the ‘Select Role Services’ page, select ‘Server Side Includes’, and then click ‘Next’.
e. On the ‘Confirm Installation Selections’ page, click ‘Install.’
f. On the ‘Results’ page, click ‘Close.’
g. On the left hand side panel of ‘Server Manager’, expand: Roles > Web Server (IIS) > Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.
h. In the ‘Connections’ section, expand your computer name and click on your computer name. Single-click on ‘Handler Mappings.’
i. In the ‘Actions’ section, click on ‘Open Feature’ and then click on ‘Add Module Mapping’
j. Enter the following information:
Request Path: *.html
Module: ServerSideIncludeModule
Exclude (optional): leave it blank
Name: SSI-html
k. Click ‘ok.’
PermalinkPermalink 12/07/11 @ 17:31
Nicola

In response to: Server Side Includes for HTML in IIS7

Nicola [Visitor]
Thank you very much!!!
PermalinkPermalink 12/02/11 @ 09:36
jadams159

In response to: VMware PowerCLI Scripts: Delete all snapshots, Create new snapshots

jadams159 [Visitor]
The snapshot removal is so much easier to do this way:
$RemSnap = Get-snapshot -vm * -Name "Before Updates"
Remove-Snapshot -snapshot $RemSnap -Confirm:$false
PermalinkPermalink 11/11/11 @ 18:05
Kristen

In response to: Server Side Includes for HTML in IIS7

Kristen [Visitor]
Wow, this totally solved my problem. Thank you so very much!
PermalinkPermalink 11/09/11 @ 18:57
danielwang

In response to: VMware PowerCLI Scripts: Delete all snapshots, Create new snapshots

danielwang [Visitor]
hi
thanks for your share.
Use the following script " new-snapshot -name(Get-VM -name 'Win Xp') "Before Windows Updates"" . i can create a snapshot for "Win xp". But how can i set the snapshot store location?

Wait for your reply. Thanks
PermalinkPermalink 10/19/11 @ 06:02
google seo tool

In response to: Converting static IP's to DHCP

google seo tool [Visitor]
It's super blog, I want to be like you
PermalinkPermalink 10/01/11 @ 08:44
Pushpendu

In response to: Server Side Includes for HTML in IIS7

Pushpendu [Visitor]
Fixed it, it was a batch job that kept deleting web.config and reverting the changes. Great post Mikeal, things are working perfectly.
PermalinkPermalink 09/27/11 @ 20:58
Pushpendu

In response to: Server Side Includes for HTML in IIS7

Pushpendu [Visitor]
This works but my module mapping keeps disappearing every 2 minutes. How to fix that? Please help
PermalinkPermalink 09/27/11 @ 19:43
anabela

In response to: Server Side Includes for HTML in IIS7

anabela [Visitor]
Thanks!!
PermalinkPermalink 06/24/11 @ 13:10
Amir

In response to: Server Side Includes for HTML in IIS7

Amir [Visitor]
Perfect!
Cheers dude!
PermalinkPermalink 05/17/11 @ 15:58
Stefan

In response to: Server Side Includes for HTML in IIS7

Stefan [Visitor]
Worked like a charm. Thanks!
PermalinkPermalink 05/10/11 @ 11:47
matt

In response to: Server Side Includes for HTML in IIS7

matt [Visitor]
sorry, i meant "SCROLL DOWN TO THE ROLE SERVICES PANEL.. iF SSI IS NOT INSTALLED, CLICK ADD ROLE SERVICES, AND INSTALL IT"
:)
PermalinkPermalink 04/07/11 @ 12:13
matt

In response to: Server Side Includes for HTML in IIS7

matt [Visitor]
I struggled to follow these steps: there are some instructions missing. THe blog should read:



Enable Server Side Includes for IIS7
Control Panel > Programs and Features > Turn Windows Features On or Off to add the component
(picture of control panel)

EXPAND THE ROLES NODE AND CLICK ON THE CLICK ON THE WEB SERVER(IIS) NODE. sCROLL DOWN TO FEATURES PANEL, AND CHECK WHETHER SERVER SIDE INCLUDES IS INSTALLED

(picture of web server features panel, which is different to the windows features panel -> source of confusion without that help advice above)

Now open IIS7 and in features view go to Handler Mappings...
PermalinkPermalink 04/07/11 @ 11:45
Mikeal

In response to: Server Side Includes for HTML in IIS7

Mikeal [Member]
Chris I just did this successfully on 2008R2. Are you sure the feature is installed?
PermalinkPermalink 03/30/11 @ 23:34
Chris Haines

In response to: Server Side Includes for HTML in IIS7

Chris Haines [Visitor]
Tried this and it doesn't work. This post seems to suggest it's no longer supported:

http://community.discountasp.net/showthread.php?t=9030
PermalinkPermalink 03/28/11 @ 12:12
NickK

In response to: Server Side Includes for HTML in IIS7

NickK [Visitor]
In reponse to DaveR and the "Error processing SSI file" message. I had the exact same problem after adding the module mapping. I had to fix the path to my includes in the index.html file.
Perhaps that is your issue as well; worth a look.
PermalinkPermalink 03/18/11 @ 01:27
Andy

In response to: Server Side Includes for HTML in IIS7

Andy [Visitor]
Thanks! Solved my problem!
PermalinkPermalink 03/16/11 @ 23:07
Mikeal

In response to: Making shortcuts on remote PCs using vbscript and psexec

Mikeal [Member]
the quotes are most likely the problem. The shortcut needs to target:

"%ProgramFiles%\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe" http://www.somewhere.com

Maybe it would work as:

Chr(34) & "%ProgramFiles%\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe" & Chr(34) & " " & "http://www.somewhere.com"
PermalinkPermalink 03/16/11 @ 16:55
Stefano

In response to: Making shortcuts on remote PCs using vbscript and psexec

Stefano [Visitor]
very easy to configure and good solution for link creation automation.

Is it possible to pass a url as a parameter to browser ? I would like to force opening of certain urls with IE; I ha ve tried various combinations of the following but it doesn't work:
strAppPath = "%ProgramFiles%\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe http://www.none.ko"
PermalinkPermalink 03/04/11 @ 12:15
Tom in Seattle

In response to: Server Side Includes for HTML in IIS7

Tom in Seattle [Visitor]
Thanks - great post - and I searched for HOURS to find it.
thanks again - it shouldn't be this hard. WHat's really pathetic is how unhelpful MSDN is for this issue.
PermalinkPermalink 02/25/11 @ 01:38
DaveR

In response to: Server Side Includes for HTML in IIS7

DaveR [Visitor]
I have the same problem calling #include virtual from a .asp file.
I tried your method above but it gives "Error processing SSI file" and then dumps the included file on the screen.

Any ideas ?
Thanks
PermalinkPermalink 02/18/11 @ 11:32
hygen

In response to: Server Side Includes for HTML in IIS7

hygen [Visitor]
Thanks for this.
PermalinkPermalink 12/30/10 @ 08:46
Dave

In response to: Server Side Includes for HTML in IIS7

Dave [Visitor]
Can't thank you enough! As you, was looking all over the place for this bit of information.
PermalinkPermalink 12/01/10 @ 15:19
Marcel

In response to: Server Side Includes for HTML in IIS7

Marcel [Visitor]
Thanks man, solved my problem!
PermalinkPermalink 11/30/10 @ 23:58