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  • uto 3.10.2017
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    Project Honolulu – MS, welcome to 2017!

    TLDR – I like it. After bringing us IIS Administration API, Microsoft managed to do one more useful thing! Wooohoo! 😀 Let’s start with some shameless C/P from Microsoft’s website 🙂 – Honolulu is a locally deployed, browser-based, management tool set that enables on-premises...
  • pon 20.3.2017
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    IIS Administration API

    FINALLY! Microsoft decided to make our life much easier by introducing IIS Administration API. Even though there are many methods that can be used to manage IIS(appcmd, .Net, Powershell, GUI, […]
  • pon 17.10.2016
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    Really simple PRTG and Pushover integration using Powershell

    Recently I had to write a script that will send PRTG notifications via Pushover to the admins on call. It turned out, the script itself is very, very simple. Powershell […]
  • čet 10.4.2014
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    Smartermail – kill active connections on password change – “fix”

    Well, if you got here, I don’t have to explain the issue, do I? Basically, if you have a spammer on your Smartermail email server, changing the password will not kill the currently active sessions, thus, the spammer can keep sending emails. In this case, only a restart of...
  • pet 4.10.2013
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    BULK Create FTP Accounts in Powershell aka Lazy Penguin

    Like most of my scripts, this one too was created out of pure lazyness . I had a client who sent us an email saying he needs to create over 250 FTP accounts. Since there is no way in hell that I will create each account manually and lose an entire working day, I wrote […]
  • pet 16.8.2013
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    Block failed FTP logins in IIS 7 and 7.5

    I have been administering Windows hosting servers for over 7 years now and one thing that really made me angry is the lack of BASIC security features in Microsoft’s FTP server. Blocking the IP addresses based on the number of failed login is an ESSENTIAL feature for any FTP...
  • sri 5.6.2013
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    Websitepanel 1.2.1 with Windows Server 2012, IIS8 and MSSQL 2012 – part 1

    First of all, you need to know that this project will be described in two or three posts, since there is a lot of stuff to cover. In this first, introductory post, I will only give you  rough details of the modifications we did,  and  most important, why we did them in the first...
  • pon 25.3.2013
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    WebSitePanel – MySQL problem fix – UPDATED AGAIN :)

    Here you can download the files for fixing mysql issues ( deleting database ) on WSP 1.0.1.0, 1.0.2 , 1.1.0, 1.1.2, 1.2.0 AND 1.2.1 INSTRUCTIONS : Replace “websitepanel.providers.database.mysql.dll” file in […]
  • uto 7.8.2012
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    Backup your HyperV virtual machines with style and win a Nexus 7 tablet

    Yeah yeah,  I know you can do snapshots using HyperV,but…snapshots suck! Why? Machine performance degrades with every snapshot you add and snapshots ARE NOT backups!!! Dont make me start talking about the time when you need to turn off that machine; does “Merging…”...
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    Autodiscover with SmarterMail…or any other mail server

    Since I work in a big web hosting company, we have A LOT of phone calls and tickets from people who dont know how you set up their mail client ( mostly Outlook and Thunderbird ). Since I got fed up with it, I decided to explore how autodiscover for Microsoft Outlook and Mozilla...
  • čet 14.6.2012
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    Parse old log files with Awstats

    From time to time I need to import old log files from IIS to our statistics software ( Awstats ) and pretty often I need to do that with lots of .log files. Instead of doing it manually, I wrote a really simple script that will do that for us.   BEFORE runing the script [...]...
  • sri 6.6.2012
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    Change log file location for all websites in IIS 7

    Hi all Today I had to change the location of all log files on all of the websites on the server. Since all sysadmins are lazy as hell, I wrote a simple powershell scripts that will do that. All you need to do is change the path from “c:\logs” to some other . Have phun!...
  • ned 15.4.2012
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    WebSitePanel – MySQL problem fix – UPDATED AGAIN :)

    Here you can download the files for fixing mysql issues ( deleting database ) on WSP 1.0.1.0, 1.0.2 , 1.1.0, 1.1.2, 1.2.0 AND 1.2.1 INSTRUCTIONS : Replace “websitepanel.providers.database.mysql.dll” file in “server\bin” folder with the one you downloaded....
  • čet 27.10.2011
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    SystemCenter Solutions 2012 Beta avaiable for download!

    System Center solutions help you manage your physical and virtual IT environments across datacenters, desktops, and devices. Using these integrated and automated management solutions, you can be a more productive service provider for your business. As a result of feedback we have...
  • pet 21.10.2011
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    Encrypt your web.config file

    Recently, I had a request from a customer, where he wanted to encrypt his web.config file ( wee, a part of it ). Since he didnt know how to do it by himself, he asked us to do it. Basically, the procedure is very simple. First, open IIS manager and find the web site you [...]
  • pet 9.9.2011
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    Remote MSSQL…oh, you imbecil! :)

    Not very often, you will get the following error: Error: The server principal “” is not able to access the database “” under the current security context. This is because the MS SQL Server is attempting to execute a SQL query to retrieve a list of databases along with  some...
  • pet 2.9.2011
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    Automatic time update in Windows (sync with internet time a.k.a NTP server )

    Few days ago, I had a strange issue where all of a sudden, the statistics on some of my web servers stopped working. First thought was, nah, its some PEBKAC issue. Statistics was working great, and nothing in the configuration wasnt changed for months. The customer must have some...
  • pet 10.6.2011
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    SCVMM? errr…System Center Virtual Machine Manager and HyperV whining :)

    Couple of days ago I installed SCVMM  in order to test it out, since we are developing our IAAS solution. Everything seemed great until I found out that SVCMM doesnt have any API which can be used to create/turn on/off  new machines.  Yes, I know everything can be scripted thru...
  • čet 28.4.2011
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    WebSitePanel – MySQL problem fix – UPDATED

    Here you can download the files for fixing mysql issues ( deleting database ) on WSP 1.0.1.0, 1.0.2 , 1.1.0 and 1.1.2 INSTRUCTIONS : Replace “websitepanel.providers.database.mysql.dll” file in “server\bin” folder with the one you downloaded. These fixes fixed...
  • pon 4.4.2011
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    Tune up my server, Mr. Admin aka – improve IIS 7/7.5 performance – part 1

    Couple days ago, I had to setup a machine for a customer of ours who will host a web site for some Microsoft conference in Croatia. Since, this is the biggest IT conference in Croatia, I really tried to take everything to the next level and tweak the hell out of that machine For...
  • pon 25.10.2010
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    SpamBots+bad application+SQL server = PROBLEMS!

    So…today I had a very interesting issue. All of a sudden Nagios went red with the message: CRITICAL : – total: 232.82 Gb – used: 212.67 Gb (91%) – free 20.15 Gb (9%) on one of our SQL server. I was like..”NO! It cannot be. I clearly remember that this...
  • pet 15.10.2010
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    Bit Rate Throttling? – HELL YEAH!

    Fact number one: If you have a streaming server, you must install this extension! Great, now that we’ve got this fact covered, we can move on. IIS site says: Bit Rate Throttling, an IIS Media Services extension, saves money on network costs by metering the download speed of...
  • sri 13.10.2010
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    Cook!? Can you warm up my application? NO! I cannot!:D

    In the beginning, some c/p from IIS site: IIS Application Warm-Up for IIS 7.5 enables IT Professionals to improve the responsiveness of their Web sites by loading the Web applications before the first request arrives. By proactively loading and initializing all the dependencies...
  • pet 8.10.2010
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    Using compression on IIS servers? Yes or no?

    Well…in the very beginning, my answer is pretty much simple : yes AND no!  Why you ask?  Just keep reading… Compression, regardless if its the compression of static or dynamic content is using CPU – that is a fact we can all agree upon. Lets say compression is a...
  • pon 4.10.2010
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    Windows hosting cluster anyone?

    Since cloud hosting has become very popular today I have decided to try creating windows cluster for plain old hosting service. Since we are already using WebSitePanel as our main control panel for windows server, the goal is to leave everything running the way it is now, but with...
  • sub 18.9.2010
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    WebSitePanel – MySQL problem fix

    Here you can download the files for fixing mysql issues ( deleting database ) on WSP 1.0.1.0 and 1.0.2 INSTRUCTIONS : Replace “websitepanel.providers.database.mysql.dll” file in “server\bin” folder with the one you downloaded. These fixes fixed my problem...
  • sri 14.4.2010
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    Setuping a server for web hosting – part 4: Installing PHP

    Hello after a very long pause . Continuing the “Setuping a server for web hosting” series with the new smashing video of how to install PHP on your machine! AWESOME right? In the very begining of the post, lets learn what PHP is exactly. So, Wikipedia says ( and I...
  • ned 29.11.2009
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    Don’t run production ASP.NET Applications with debug=true

    Found an awesome post on DotNetPanel blog so I had to repost it One of the things you want to avoid when deploying an ASP.NET application into production is to accidentally (or deliberately) leave the <compilation debug=”true”/> switch on within the application’s web.config...
  • ned 22.11.2009
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    Automating backup of databases in SQL Express.

    Microsoft SQL Server 2005/2008 Express is a free edition of SQL Server that is ideal for learning, developing and powering desktop, web and small server applications, and for redistribution by ISVs. Top Features Supports stored procedures, triggers, functions, and views Store all...
  • ned 1.11.2009
  • WinBlogs Some techy stuff and occasional verbose ramblings :D

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    Setuping a server for web hosting – part 3: Installing MySQL

    Back by popular demand part 3 of the “setup my web server” tutorials In this post we will cover the instalation of MySQL on a Windows 2008 R2 based server. The process is the same if you would have a Windows 2003 machine also. At the beginning, lets see what MySQL...
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