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How to migrate IIS6 web.config to IIS7

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Published on : May 21, 2010 by

How to migrate IIS6 web.config to IIS7

In windows migration sometimes we need to migrate IIS6 web.config to IIS7. If you are using custom httpHandlers or httpModules, you would need to run the migration command below. Now if you are going to migate the web.config inside the WEB_ROOT directory itself and not inside any virtual directory don’t miss a forward slash, / […]

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Solving DNS related issues with Plesk running on windows platforms

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Published on : May 20, 2010 by

Solving DNS related issues with Plesk running on windows platforms

Zone file and corresponding record in named.conf are missed for particular domain

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How do I change the default Plesk Backup Repository location ?

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Published on : May 19, 2010 by

How do I change the default Plesk Backup Repository location ?

Sometimes our clients in Plesk support services come up with the requirement that they need to change the default Plesk Backup Repository location let us see how to do this at different versions of Windows and Linux servers. Windows 32 bit edition You can edit default server backup repository directory path through registry. Go to […]

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Solving “Service Unavailable” message just for one website in Plesk and IIS7

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Published on : May 17, 2010 by

Solving “Service Unavailable” message just for one website in Plesk and IIS7

A particular website of our Odin plesk support client was getting “Service Unavailable” message for just one website in a Plesk server while all other website was working fine. No logs in Event Viewer were giving any clue. However when someone changed the Application pool to use the shared pool plesk(domain2.0)pool, it was working fine […]

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MSSQL – Two common issues while restoring a backup and it’s solutions

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Published on : February 26, 2010 by

MSSQL – Two common issues while restoring a backup and it’s solutions

On MS SQL server support often we come across two most common issues while restoring the database (usually ending in .bak format). First error System.Data.SqlClient.SqlError: The backup set holds a backup of a database other than the existing ‘user_database‘ database. (Microsoft.SqlServer.Express.Smo) Solution for First error Connect to the database server Go to the restore option […]

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