Just found a great KB article that explains how deal with all kinds of permission and identity issues when doing stuff from ASP.NET. I've highlighted the sections so you can see all the tasks that could use configurations:
- MORE INFORMATION
- Configure the Process Identity
- Default Permissions for the ASPNET Account
- Accessing Resources
- Using File Resources
- Enabling Impersonation
- Using Databases
- Using the Event Log
- Using System.DirectoryServices and Active Directory
- Using Performance Counters
- Starting Out-of-Process COM Servers
- Debugging Issues
- Running Code with a Fixed Identity
- Compiling Code-Behind Files on UNC Shares
- Using ASP.NET on a Primary or Backup Domain Controller
- Reading the IIS Metabase
- Using System.Management and WMI
- Interacting with the Desktop
- Removing ASP.NET
Chaka! I'm attending the PDC in L.A.!
See you in LA
I've updated the img tags in my previous posts. I've used relativ links (i.e. ``<src img="/images/..." />
). It looked ok in [SharpReader](http://www.sharpreader.net), but, unfortunatley, not in [RSS Bandit](http://www.rssbandit.org). The latter wasn't able to locate the images. It tried to load the images relative toabout:blank`. Of course that cannot work 😉
IIRC this issue has been discussed before somewhere, but I cannot remember the place. I will have a look tomorrow at work, since I'm using SharpReader there for about 4 month. I hope I'm able to find this issue in its history.
Anyway, I've updated the image links to absolute.
In case you didn't get a chance to go to TechEd this year, I just found that most (all?) of the presentations are available online. I don't mean just the PowerPoint decks, I mean the whole thing. Decks, audio, everything!
Visit http://microsoft.sitestream.com/ to see it all. Tres cool.
[via Peter Provost]
Yesterday the Outlook addin by the SpamBayes project has been released in 0.8. I've been using 0.7 for several weeks. I'm impressed, no false positives by now.