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  1. How to Solve the error: "405 - HTTP verb used to access this page is not allowed"? This applies to anyone who uses REST service using ASP.NET Web API. When you try to send HttpDelete and HttpPut Request, you can occassionally see this error message: 405 - HTTP verb used to access this page is not allowed To resolve this issu... Read More
  2. How to Deploy and host .Net Core 2 and Angular 6 app Normally, you will have two separate projects, i.e. one for .NET Core Web API 2.0 and the other one is Angular 6. On our Windows environment, you will find a root folder called httpdocs.  Problem:  If you simply deploy the&nb... Read More
  3. I am unable to renew my Let’s Encrypt SSL Once your Let's Encrypt SSL has expired, you will then try to renew it via our Control Panel. However, occasionally, the server can return an error, making you unable to renew the SSL The solution to this is to put a web.config file in .we... Read More
  4. How to solve the Let’s Encrypt SSL on ASP.NET Core Problem: Let's Encrypt SSL fails to work even it has been activated on the Control Panel Solution:  This solution applies to ASP.NET Core application with MVC The problem is that Let's Encrypt SSL targets a folder .well-know inside th... Read More
  5. Do you support ASP.NET MVC 6? Up until this article is written, the ASP.NET MVC 6 is not fully released by Microsoft yet. However, we have supported ASP.NET MVC 6 version on just some of our servers. Customers who wish to use this .NET MVC framework is required to make a backup o... Read More
  6. Do you support ASP.NET 5? Up until this article is written, the ASP.NET 5 is not fully released by Microsoft yet. However, we have supported ASP.NET 5 RC version on just some of our servers. Customers who wish to use this .NET framework is required to make a backup of everyth... Read More
  7. My application pool stops working. What is wrong with my site? Sometimes, you will notice that your website's application pool is halted automatically by the IIS. If this happens, there are few causes: 1. Something is not right with your website's coding. For the details of the error message, you can ... Read More
  8. Domain Name Server (DNS) Amplification Attack /Domain Name Server (DNS) Amplification Attack Overview A Domain Name Server (DNS) Amplification attack is a popular form of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS), in which attackers use publically accessible open DNS servers to flood a targe... Read More
  9. How to Setup Full Permission in Plesk 11 and above? Steps by steps to grant full permission in Plesk 11 and Plesk 12: 1. Login to your CP 2. Go to Websites & Domains 3. Find Virtual Directories option 4. Click Directories Access Permission 5. Please kindly grant full permission on... Read More
  10. How to Setup Full Permission in Plesk 9.5? Steps by steps to grant full permission in Plesk 9.5: 1. Login to your Control Panel 2. Click on your domain name 3. Find File Manager option on your Control Panel 4. Go inside your httpdocs folder 5. Go to the folder that you want... Read More
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