How to turn windows 8 PC into Wifi Hotspot
In this article I’II explain you “How you turn your PC into Wifi hotspot through command prompt”.
If you find yourself with a modem but no router, you can share one computer’s connection to other devices with a few commands. The wireless connection can be shared and used by other computers, tablets and phones. You’ll need to ensure that your computer has a wired and wireless network connection, or a data and Wifi connection. If you are not sure don’t worry I’II show you the command for this too .
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IIS Application Pools Pros and Cons
In this article we are going to see the IIS Application Pools Pros and Cons, before we start lets start what is Application pool identity, it is the name of the service or user account under which the application pool’s worker process runs. It denotes the system level privileges with which the web application runs on the IIS server. By default, starting in IIS 7.5 an application pool runs under the built-in ApplicationPoolIdentity account.
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How to Edit IIS ApplicationHost file?
What is Application Host file?
ApplicationHost.config is the root file of the configuration system when you are using IIS 7 and above. It includes definitions of all sites, applications, virtual directories and application pools, as well as global defaults for the web server settings. Continue reading “How to Edit IIS ApplicationHost file”
Avoid Multiple ASP .NET Deployment server
Annoying Right ? I used to work on different projects and during debugging I found a bit of an annoying behavior within Visual Studio. When debugging a solution that contains multiple project/application.
Visual Studio starts up a very new development web server for each project/application within your solution. After spending time on looking to the setting I finally came across the solution. Continue reading “Avoid Multiple ASP .NET Deployment server”
How to attach EXE file in Gmail ?
Most email providers, like G mail, don’t allow you to send executable or “.exe” files as G-Mail is most widely used mailing service hence security is a prime concern for Google because it contains the important confidential content/ data that yours . But this security sometime prevents us from doing something like sending exe as attachment, that’s why you will get a prompt while attaching .exe like below.
To maintain the security of data , Google has a great security filter which scans your attachments for malicious contents. So it wont allow you to send the .exe extension files even if you wrap it in a zip or rar.
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