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I got a request to look into the question, how do I delete temporary ASP.NET files on a shared Windows hosting server and I’ve decided to take a look into it. Unless Read the rest of the entry…
ISAPI Filter ‘C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\\aspnet_filter.dll’ could not be loaded due to a configuration problem
Problem After monthly server patching, I also made some security enhancements to the web.config files in the C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\FrameworkXX\vXXX\CONFIG\ directories. It was therefore important that I test both 32bit and 64bit application Read the rest of the entry…