23 January 2022
Running a Go application on Windows Server is not hard and I've written this article to explain how to do it by setting us a windows service that runs the Go application in IIS via a reverse proxy.
16 September 2020
Running a Node.js application on Windows Server is not hard, but there's no real documentation on the internet so I've written this article to explain how I do it by setting us a windows service that runs my Node.js app and exposing the app to IIS via a reverse proxy.
10 September 2020
In this article we will see how to set some common rules for your website on IIS, such as: serving your website URLs in lower case, using your canonical URL, removing trailing slashes from your URLs, serving all URLs over SSL, serving all URLs from a reverse proxy.
06 November 2017
This article will help you set up of a web site on a Windows server. We will accomplish this by performing these operations: create a folder to storethe website files, add the website to IIS, bind the website to one or more domains.
03 November 2017
This article will walk you through the creations of an FTP account on a Windows server. We will accomplish this by performing these operations: create an FTP user on Windows, add an FTP site on IIS that points to a physical folder on the server, link the FTP site to the FTP user.
17 August 2017
In order to allow an IIS website to read/write to a given folder, you need to configure access rights to the folder for the website's application pool (the one you set in IIS).