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I have been in the IT industry since 1995. I've had my hand in a variety of technologies as a developer, infrastructure specialist, and systems architect. Some of these include (but are not limited to):

  • IIS, Apache
  • SharePoint (2003, 2007, and 2010)
  • SQL Server
  • ColdFusion, Classic ASP, PHP
  • F5 Load Balancers
  • PowerShell
  • Visual Basic
  • ASP.Net (C#)
  • Mainframe technologies (COBOL, DB2, CICS) ...trying to forget these

I could go on...

I do not declare myself to be an authoritative expert on any of these and I don't carry any fancy certifications. I like finding ways to use technology to solve problems. Over the years I have used much from the open community. I am participating on the StackExchange sites as a way to give back to the community and to share many aspects of things I have learned over the years.


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answered Log File Analyser for PC
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answered Configuring IIS7 404 page when using IIS7 urlrewrite module
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comment Using dash in folder names and linking for image
Have you viewed the HTML source in each browser or used something like Fiddler to see what is being requested?
May
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answered Is it possible to use Google Analytics to track file downloads?
May
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answered Are there any Shared Web Hosts that provide access to run Windows Services?
May
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comment How to avoid DotNetNuke with another ASP.NET application conflicts
In the MSDN article: "Configuration settings for virtual directories are independent of physical directory structure, and virtual directories must be organized carefully to avoid configuration problems." Hope that helps too.
May
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comment How to avoid DotNetNuke with another ASP.NET application conflicts
The physical folder on the file system does not really matter since you can point the document root of a website or virtual directory to any file system location. The issue you are having is that the web.config of the B2B application is inheriting the settings of the root website (in this case DNN). You either need to break the inheritance or install the two applications in different "branches" of the website. If you want DNN to be the default site and it is installed to a different folder, you will need to 301 redirect MyCompanyDomain.com to something like MyCompanyDomain.com/DNN.
May
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answered DOwnload file from IIS7 server with # in file name
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answered How to avoid DotNetNuke with another ASP.NET application conflicts
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answered PDF conversion on website using ASP.NET platform
May
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answered How to setup a small static page on Google Apps?
May
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revised Several sub domains pointing to one folder. Fasthosts problem
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answered Several sub domains pointing to one folder. Fasthosts problem
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answered How do I see what pages on the internet link to my site?
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comment Clustered Web host
Both of these providers offer a lot of options to scale your application. Either of these would be a very good choice.
May
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answered How can I choose between Linux and Windows hosting?
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answered Looking for recommendation for PHP app hosting with (relatively) painless scalability
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answered I need a cheap, reliable, virtual webserver service
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answered Need new secure host