20 Jan 2017
22 Sep 2016
In IIS I saw that the Classic ASP App Pool had stopped. But if restarted, it just stopped again when I hit the website.
Event Viewer said "The Module DLL C:\WINDOWS\system32\inetsrv\rewrite.dll failed to load. The data is the error." This is the IIS Rewrite 2 module.
So I went into Programs and Features, located "IIS URL Rewrite Module 2" and hit "Repair".
Then I restarted the crashed Classic App Pool in IIS, viewed the website, and the problem was fixed.
13 Nov 2015
1) Used "other" easy setup wizard to gain access to turn off DHCP on slave router
2) Set slave IP to be out of the DHCP range of the main router, but within the subnet.
3) Setup wifi SSID, password etc to match the main router, but use different wireless channel.
4) Put slave at opposite end of house, connected over powerline.
Bingo... Seamless wireless transition throughout the house and garden. Can also connect devices to the slave via cable.
11 Sep 2015
I tried to fix by downloading the latest ThinkPad Bluetooth with Enhanced Data Rate Software for Windows 7 and reinstalling, but it kept failing with the dreaded Error 1935. An error occurred during the installation of assembly 'Microsoft.VC80.ATL error.
The only thing that fixed this was by running the Microsoft Fix It tool, telling it that I had a problem with Installing the Thinkpad Bluetooth software. It fixed stuff, rebooted my machine (without asking!) and I was then able to install the software.
17 Mar 2015
After installing URL Rewrite 2.0 on IIS, this was achieved by adding the following to the site's root web.config file.
16 Feb 2015
The solution was to set the RecordSet CursorType to adOpenKeyset (constant value 1)
10 Feb 2015
It's because of the default Access Control List on the Inetpub folder. When you edit any file under that folder, Windows busts you down to User level permissions, even though your user is a member of the Administrators group.
A quick fix is to grant full access permissions over Inetpub to your explicit user account. Run this in an elevated (Run As Administrator) command prompt (Note you don't need to type your actual username in here, the environment variables will be interpolated for you automatically):
icacls %systemdrive%\inetpub /grant %userdomain%\%username%:(OI)(CI)(F) /grant %userdomain%\%username%:F
27 Nov 2014
Simple solution: Go to Device Manager > Biometric Devices > TouchChip Fingerprint Coprocessor > Properties > Power Management and untick the "Allow the computer to turn off this device" option.
18 Nov 2014
22 Oct 2014
Although we located the MS Hotfix (MS14-059), the installer gave us a worrying "Installer Ended Prematurely" error.
The solution was simple - the server needed a reboot to allow it to install some pending updates before the Hotfix could be run.