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Get number of messages in MSMQ with C#
MSMQ message count in .NET
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MSMQ (Microsoft Message Queuing) is a built in Windows component. It is not so popular now days as there are more efficient and robust solutions available... read more
Automated clean up and archive of log files with PowerShell 5
Archiving old log files with PowerShell 5 and Windows Scheduled Tasks
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Depending on the application architecture, your Windows virtual machine might have one or more applications or components of a single solution. Those might be WebApi services, Web Applications or Windows applications... read more
Clean up IIS log files from web server using PowerShell
Avoid low disk space because of IIS logs with PowerShell Scheduled Task
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Microsoft IIS Server is by default logging every request that reaches it. This can be pretty useful for tracking down the issue which my occur over time, but it is also pilling up log files on server's disk which eventually can cause low disk space. You an always clean up these files manually, but wouldn't it be nice if server does that for you? ... read more
Setting up IIS ASP.NET WebApplication using PowerShell
Setup ASP.NET web application hosted on IIS using PowerShell
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PowerShell is the best option for automation on Windows platform. Regardless of which platform and how you organize Continous Deployment, you will always need to introduce certain level of customization during the deployment process... read more
Setting permissions for ASP.NET application on IIS with PowerShell
Setting the write permission for IIS AppPool using PowerShell
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Very often you need to setup ASP.NET Web application on IIS server, you need to setup file and folder permission for your application on order to access content of specific folder. This can be easily done through Windows Explorer Properties window in the Security tab. ... read more
Managing current IIS websites from ASP.NET code
Controlling the current ASP.NET application running on IIS from the code
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Microsoft made IIS management from the ASP.NET code itself much easer and accessible right out of the box by introducing Microsoft.Web.Administration library. Simply by adding the reference in your project to Microsoft.Web.Administration library you are getting options to manage websites hosted on the IIS where application is running. One of the requirements beside referencing Microsoft.Web.Administration library is setting your Application Pool to run under LocalSystem account... read more
Clean stop of Windows Service in .NET
Stop Windows Service in the proper manner in C#
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The common reason I wrote Windows Services applications for are usually workers. For example, you need to read messages from the queue and process them... read more
Clean up IIS log files from you web server
Avoid low disk space because of IIS logs
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Microsoft IIS Server is by default logging every request that reaches it. This can be pretty useful for tracking down the issue which my occur over time, but it is also pilling up log files on server's disk which eventually can cause low disk space. You an always clean up these files manually, but wouldn't it be nice if server does that for you? ... read more
Debugging Windows Service application with console in C#
An easier way to debug and develop Windows Services
 
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Developing Windows Service might a a real headache since you do not have any visual part to see the output. Even if you want to rely on Visual Studio debugger you need to install the service, stop it (if already running), deploy, start the service from Windows MMC and finally hook up Visual Studio to the running service process. Whooh, a lot of things to be done just to start debugging and you have to do it every time you want to start your debugging session (of course not including install every time obviously). ... read more