IIS SPF on a WebSite project

first post: bcbeatty wrote: I have a solution that is a web site project as opposed of a Web A...

Allow access to default document

first post: bcbeatty wrote: how do allow the default document to be allowed? I have /SecurePar...

latest post: bcbeatty wrote: Thanks for the suggestion. I added a file type exception, that a...

Unable to setup SPF in our server

first post: y_kalyankumar wrote: Hi,I am trying to setup SPF tool in our IIS 6.0 server which is hos...

Using IIS SPF for ASP.Net MVC 2

first post: saravanand wrote: Is this tested for asp.net mvc2, any related settings to be done.. ...

protectQueryString & protectUri

first post: slack01 wrote: Hello, I've been testing IIS SPF (v.1.06) on II7. The form state ...

Parser Error - Unrecognized element for protectedFileExtensions

first post: jovball wrote: I am attempting to do some testing with IIS SPF. I am doing my deve...

latest post: bholyfield wrote: Sorry for the delayed response, it looks like the CodePlex emails w...

SPF v1.0.6 Released

first post: bholyfield wrote: A new beta version of SPF has just been released. This version inc...

latest post: MrFlag wrote: Hi bholyfield,HTML Agility Pack 1.4.0 (Stable) was released Fri May...

Link to JS function is broken for RJS PopCalendar

first post: tarakan wrote: Hi,We are using the RJS PopCalendar for date picker http://code.msd...

latest post: tarakan wrote: Thanks for that but I've ended up replacing the date picker with th...

Incorrect parsing?

first post: dtakemori wrote: I have a page snippit that lookes like this:<asp:LinkButton ID="Foo...

latest post: dtakemori wrote: The workaround works for me as well, but if this is due to a bug in...

logDirectory attribute error message in IIS 6.0 in Windows Server 2003

first post: Alanr1978 wrote: Hello, I downloaded the IIS SPF 1.0.5.1 and I have followed the con...

latest post: Alanr1978 wrote: Hello again, I have solved the problem and that was a missing level...