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  • Error installing dotnet framework 3.5 SP1 on windows 2008

    - by Shiraz Bhaiji
    Getting a really wierd error. One of the developers tried to install Windows 2008 as a Virtual PC. He has also run windows update. When he tries to install dotnet framework 3.5 SP1 he gets the following error: [09/25/09,12:48:26] Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0SP1 (CBS): [2] Error: Installation failed for component Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0SP1 (CBS). MSI returned error code 1 [09/25/09,12:48:34] WapUI: [2] DepCheck indicates Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0SP1 (CBS) is not installed. I though that dotnet framework was installed automatically with windows update on windows 2008. So how could it be missing? Thanks. Shiraz EDIT We also have the same problem on a VPC that had dotnet framework 3.5 installed and working OK. I have tried removing all versions of dotnet framework, using the following clean up tool: http://blogs.msdn.com/astebner/pages/8904493.aspx I then downloaded and tried to install dotnet framework 2.0 SP1, from this location: http://www.microsoft.com/Downloads/details.aspx?familyid=79BC3B77-E02C-4AD3-AACF-A7633F706BA5&displaylang=en The error I now get is: "This product is not supported on the Vista Operating System" EDIT Thanks for the help, have given an up vote to everyone. In the end our problem was that we had installed Windows Server 2008 from an older ISO image, on this everything worked fine untill we tried to install framework 3.5 SP1. We reinstalled Windows from a new image, and it worked OK.

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  • IIS 6.0 Server Too Busy HTTP 503 Connection_Dropped DefaultAppPool

    - by Shiraz Bhaiji
    We have a site which is running on a windows 2003 cluster with 2 64bit machines. The site needs to be able to cope with over 20,000 concurrent users One of the things that the site does is to allow the download of a 2MB file (which is cached in memory). We have low CPU and memory usage. We also have surplus bandwidth. It appears that we are running out of connections due the time it takes the user to download the file (some users have slow internet connections). In the IIS log we get HTTP 503 errors. In the HTTPErr log we get mainly Connection_Dropped DefaultAppPool with some Timer_EntityBody DefaultAppPool. Question is: How can we configure IIS to allow more connections? Or is there something that I am missing here? Thanks Shiraz

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  • Upgrading framework on a ASP.Net MVC Solution

    - by Shiraz Bhaiji
    We have an ASP.Net MVC 1.0 solution developed using Visual Studio 2008 and .net Framework 3.5SP1. We would now like to upgrade Visual Studio to 2010. If we just open the solution in VS 2010 and do not change the framework version, can we just continue to develop as before? If we open the solution in VS 2010 and change the framework version to 4.0, will we automatically start using ASP.Net MVC 2.0, or will it continue to use ASP.Net MVC 1.0? Is there anything we need to take into consideration when upgrading to ASP.Net MVC 2.0? Thanks Shiraz

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  • Architecture diagram of a computer virus

    - by Shiraz Bhaiji
    I am looking for an architecture diagram of a computer virus. Does anyone have a link to a good example? Edit Looks like I am getting hammered with downvotes. I agree that there is no single architecture for a virus. But somethings must be included for a program to be a virus. Example for components in the SAD: Replication method Trigger Payload Hosts targeted Vulnerabilities targeted Anti detection method

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  • Access to SQL Server when administrator account deleted

    - by Shiraz Bhaiji
    An interesting situation here. We have a database server, used for testing only, where someone went in and deleted the administrator login. Since this is a test server the was no other admin level login on the server. Is there a way to get access to the server again without reinstalling SQL Server? We do not need the data in the databases, these are droped and recreated everytime the tests are run.

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  • Problem installing SQL Server client tools

    - by Shiraz Bhaiji
    We are tring to install SQL Server 2005 Standard on Windows 2008 Standard both 64 bit. Have done this before with no problems. This time we get an error during the installation of client tools: There was an unexpected failure during the setup wizard Link Id 20476, message ID 50000 There are no errors in the event log. Anybody have any ideas what could be wrong?

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  • How to monitor the total number of SQL Server logins

    - by Shiraz Bhaiji
    We have an SQL Server 2005 that is the backend of a web application. The application is partly SharePoint and partly web services accessing the database via Entity Framework. In the performance monitor I am seeing average SQL Logins is ca, 60 per second (max 170), but the average logouts is less than 1. Where can I see the total number of SQL Server logins? Anyone have an idea what could be causing this?

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  • Bad password when logging in via Remote Desktop

    - by Shiraz Bhaiji
    I have just setup a windows 2003 server running in hyper-V. When I log in via Hyper-V it works fine. When I try to login via remote desktop I get a bad user name or password error. I have: Disabled the firewall Enabled remote connections Before I did the above I did not get to the login screen. I can ping the ip address of the image. I am trying to login as Administrator. Anyone have an idea about how to fix this? Edit I have now managed to fix this by changing the password to something without special characters. Strange thing is the I could not see any problems with the passord, had tried typing it into the user name field to check it.

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  • Does "for" in .Net Framework 4.0 execute loops in parallel? Or why is the total not the sum of the p

    - by Shiraz Bhaiji
    I am writing code to performance test a web site. I have the following code: string url = "http://xxxxxx"; System.Diagnostics.Stopwatch stopwatch = new System.Diagnostics.Stopwatch(); System.Diagnostics.Stopwatch totalTime = new System.Diagnostics.Stopwatch(); totalTime.Start(); for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++) { stopwatch.Start(); WebRequest request = HttpWebRequest.Create(url); WebResponse webResponse = request.GetResponse(); webResponse.Close(); stopwatch.Stop(); textBox1.Text += "Time Taken " + i.ToString() + " = " + stopwatch.Elapsed.Milliseconds.ToString() + Environment.NewLine; stopwatch.Reset(); } totalTime.Stop(); textBox1.Text += "Total Time Taken = " + totalTime.Elapsed.Milliseconds.ToString() + Environment.NewLine; Which is giving the following result: Time Taken 0 = 88 Time Taken 1 = 161 Time Taken 2 = 218 Time Taken 3 = 417 Time Taken 4 = 236 Time Taken 5 = 217 Time Taken 6 = 217 Time Taken 7 = 218 Time Taken 8 = 409 Time Taken 9 = 48 Total Time Taken = 257 I had expected the total time to be the sum of the individual times. Can anybody see why it is not?

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  • Change Action of Checkbox to Get Instead of Post

    - by Shiraz Bhaiji
    We have an ASP.Net page that uses a checkbox to toggle between a list view and a tree view. The problem is that this triggers a post. When we then click on one of the documents in the list, then press back in the browser, we get a page expired error. Is it possible to change the action of the check box to trigger a get with a parameter?

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