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From Brian Mearns <mearn...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] help with mod_proxy_html, trouble rewriting javascript content
Date Sat, 07 Mar 2009 17:28:11 GMT
On Sat, Mar 7, 2009 at 11:03 AM, Flowering Weeds
<floweringweeds@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>> >
>> > When one is not busy, (and I know we all never are not busy)
>> > perhaps take a look at setting up http.sys for certain
>> > users only access (databases, web services, etc.)
>> >
>> > Http.sys is not just for IIS7!
>> > It is for any Windows HTTP usage.
>> > A lot of products use http.sys.
>> > ASF can use http.sys too.
>> >
>> >> - The apache is running mod_security. Is there a equivalent om IIS?
>> >
>> > Not needed but perhaps look up URLScan.
>> >
>> > Using Windows PowerShell yet?
>> >
>> > Yep change is tough on all of us!
>>
>> Enough with http.sys, already!
>
> Hey we all agree so one port for all HTTP
> access from any number of processes (even
> a process from anywhere in the world) to do
> admin actions, web serving and whatever,
> is the safest on one sharing port, right?
>
> And that Apache users will never again let a
> Apache user say only one process per port for
> the following protocols HTTP, TCP, PIPES, and
> MESSAGE, right?
>
> And that putting an Apache (any OS) web server
> in front of IIS (like IIS 6, IIS 7, and IIS7.5) is in
> no way ever needed, right?
>
>> > Yep change is tough on all of us!
>>
>> Enough with http.sys, already!
>
> Yep it's time to learn how to get any type of tracking
> (grep gps charting) using a .NET process, Windows
> PowerShell that is now included in AD, Exchange, and
> many other products that Apache (all OS) users use
> everyday, and talk about in this list).
>
> Thanks for helping to explain http.sys.

Alright Gates, the jig it up, we know it's you.

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