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Apache Web Server For Windows Server 2008 R2

Apache Web Server For Windows Server 2008 R2

Finding the World Wide Name WWN in Windows Server 2. R2. Posted by newlife. Aug 1. 0, 2. 01. 3 in System Administration, Windows 4 comments. You know how it is, you just built that new server and you need to attach storage to the Qlogic or Emulex card and the storage guys are asking for the WWN World Wide Name and if this is a first time you start to scratch your head, no worries because Microsoft has added that little piece of info right at your finger tips. In Windows Server 2. R2, you can use Storage Explorer to show the WWN. Open MMC Microsoft Management ConsoleClick File Add Remove Snapin. Find Storage Explorer and double click to add the snapin. Click ok to save and go back to the screen. The system will scan for adaptors. Expand Servers lt Server Name. Click on the adaptor and the information will be displayed. Full IIS management access for non admin users. Hi All. I am setting up a webserver on which I have created a separate non admin account the for the development team which is meant to have full access to IIS management but no admin rights like shutting down or restarting the server. Win Server 2. 00. R2 has IIS 7. 5 which allows some delegation of rights to non admin users. I have installed the IIS Management service and allowed my Dev. Team user access to both the Default Web Site and the Default Web FTP. The instructions for this are available on http learn. I can now log in to the web server locally as Dev. Team, run IIS Manager and have set up connections to the Default Web Site and the Default Web FTP and it works fine. The issue I have is that when I run IIS Manager, it asks for a password first for the snap in to elevate permissions due to UAC and after that when I expand either the Default Web Site or Default Web FTP it asks for username and password again to authenticate with the web server. My assumption was that since the logged on user was set up as an allowed user it would transparently authenticate and the second password prompt on the Connect to Site screen could be skipped but that doesnt appear to be the case and the only way to manage the website is to first enter this username and password. The article above from IIS. This post is part of a series about my experiences moving our library servers and services to Lets Encrypt for TSLHTTPS certificates. This recipe will be. Create SelfHost Websites in 60 Seconds With Advanced, HighPerformance Web Server Software using Apache, PHP, MySQL for Windows. WampDeveloper Pro enables. NET says On the Provide Credentials page of the Connect to Site or Connect to Application wizard, select whether you want to use current credentials or to specify the credentials to connect to the site. When you specify credentials, the default is Windows credentials unless you select the Use IIS Manager credentials check box. After you specify the credentials, click Next to connect to the server. However, on the Connect to Site wizard, there is no option to use current credentials. Apache Web Server For Windows Server 2008 R2I looked up Technet article relating to this http technet. WS. 1. 0. aspx and that does not make any reference to the ability to use current credentials. I am now left wondering whether or not this is possible. I dont want the Dev. Team to have to type password again and again to manage IIS websites. Any IIS Guru know how to do thisAppreciate all help. MCSA Certification Training MCSA Windows Server 2012 R2 certification and training course for support specialists, network system administrators. Enroll NowExperts Exchange Questions Full IIS management access for nonadmin users Windows Server 2008 R2. How to migrate applications, data, settings and profiles from Windows Server 2003 to Server 2012 2016 or 2008. Apache Web Server For Windows Server 2008 R2Apache Web Server For Windows Server 2008 R2