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- FIX: Servicing a Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 component will trigger a repair of Net.TCP Port Sharing Service and change the NET.TCP port bindings in IIS Configuration
When you install a hotfix that updates any Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 component (say for example, MS10-77), you might see your existing NET.TCP bindings in Internet Information Services (IIS) configuration getting changed to the default port 808...
- FIX: Actual property values of memory properties differ from the values that you manually set when you enable application pool recycling based on memory usage in IIS 6.0
Explains that memory recycling limits cannot be configured correctly in IIS 6.0. You must apply a hotfix to resolve this problem.
- Periods at the end of a message are removed when the message is sent to the SMTP Pickup folder in Internet Information Services 6.0
Fixes an IIS 6.0 problem in which periods at the end of a message are removed when the messages are put in the SMTP Pickup folder.
- You may receive “Out of memory” error messages when you run a multithreaded program that uses the IIS ADSI provider on a Windows Server 2003 SP1-based computer
Describes the problem where you may receive “Out of memory” error messages when you run a multithreaded program that uses the IIS ADSI provider on a Windows Server 2003 SP1-based computer. You must install a hotfix to resolve this problem.
- FIX: Error message in Internet Information Services 6.0 when you use the Active Directory Service Interfaces to enumerate the metabase properties of a virtual directory: "Error 0x80005008"
Describes a problem that may occur if the IPSecurity property in the virtual directory metabase has binary data. Describes a hotfix that resolves the problem.
- FIX: You cannot use the correct country code for Serbia to request a new certificate in Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0
Fixes an issue in which the certificate provider declines to issue a certificate when you select any country code for Serbia. This issue occurs when you try to create a new certificate in the Web Server Certificate Wizard in IIS Manager.
- Error message when you access a Web site or a virtual directory that is hosted in IIS 6.0: "HTTP Error 401.1"
Fixes an issue in which you receive an "HTTP Error 401.1" error message when you try to access a Web site or virtual directory whose home directory has changed from a UNC path to a local path.
- MS06-034: Vulnerability in Internet Information Services that use Active Server Pages could allow remote code execution
Describes a security update for a reported vulnerability in Microsoft Internet Information Services that use Active Server Pages. This could allow remote code execution.
- FIX: An ISAPI Extension is passed an incorrect lpszPathTranslated value of the EXTENSION_CONTROL_BLOCK structure in Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0
Resolves the issue in which an ISAPI Extension is passed an incorrect lpszPathTranslated value of the EXTENSION_CONTROL_BLOCK structure in Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0.
- FIX: Passive mode FTP client connections never time out when they are connected to IIS 6.0 on a computer that is running Windows Server 2003
Fixes an issue in which FTP clients establish passive mode connections to an FTP server and these connections do not time out. This issue occurs when the FTP server is in an IIS 6.0 FTP service on a computer that is running Windows Server 2003.
- FIX: IIS 6.0 may close a connection unexpectedly when a client application sends approximately 4,000 POST requests by using chunked transfer encoding on the same HTTP connection
Describes a problem that occurs when the HTTP Keep-Alives feature is enabled on the server that is running IIS 6.0.
- FIX: The Inetinfo.exe process terminates unexpectedly under high stress when IIS hosts many application pools
Fixes an issue that occurs when the Web server is under heavy stress. IIS 6.0 generates an access violation error message in the Inetinfo.exe process.
- FIX: The host process of the application crashes when the CounterExists method or the Exists method is called on a multiprocessor computer in IIS 6.0
Fixes an issue that the host process of the application exits unexpectedly when the CounterExists method or the Exists method is called on a multiprocessor computer.
- You receive an "Access is denied" error message when you try to view a Web page in Internet Explorer 6 SP1
Fixes a problem where you receive an "Access is denied" error message when you try to view a Web page in Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 SP1 that you could view in Internet Explorer 6.
- The WebDav DELETE command deletes all the Web site content on a server that is running IIS 6.0 if the sum of the path lengths for the virtual directories exceeds 4096 bytes
Describes an issue that occurs because WebDav does not retrieve the virtual directories correctly. Provides a resolution.
- IIS runs out of work items and causes RPC failures when connecting to a remote UNC path
In a Web farm environment, where one or more IIS Web servers are using a remote Windows NT or Windows 2000 file server to hold the content for the Web site (for example, the home directory or the virtual directories for the Web site are mapped to a UNC...
- Two Authentication Prompts When You Use an ISAPI Filter for Authentication
When you use an Internet Services API (ISAPI) filter to implement authentication, you may receive two authentication prompts when you try to access the default document. For example, this behavior may occur when you are using Windows Authentication mode...
- FIX: "HTTP error 401.1 - Unauthorized: Access is denied due to invalid credentials" error message if the Basic authentication Default Domain property is set to a backward slash character (\) in IIS
When you use Basic authentication to connect to a Web site that is hosted by Internet Information Services (IIS), you may be prompted multiple times for a user name and a password. After you enter the correct user credentials, you may receive the...
- File Change Notifications are lost when content is on a UNC share
When content is located on a UNC share, File Change Notifications are lost. Changes to the content are not detected and cached content is sent to the client. This affects both static content and dynamic ASP content that is located on a UNC share.
- MD_ETAG_CHANGENUMBER metabase property is not honored in Internet Information Services version 6.0
MD_ETAG_CHANGENUMBER metabase property is not honored by Internet Information Services version 6.0. You set this property to improve Web browser caching performance. However, performance does not improve. This hotfix resolves the problem.
- FIX: Your computer may run slowly when you use Active Directory Service Interfaces scripts in a program to administer IIS on a computer that is running Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000, or Windows XP
Describes a solution for a problem with ADSI scripts. Your computer may use more memory when you use ADSI scripts in a program to administer IIS on a computer that is running Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000, or Windows XP.
- You receive a "400 – BadRequest" error message from Internet Information Services 6.0
Discusses an issue where you receive a 400 BadRequest response when you send a request to a computer that is running IIS 6.0. Provides information about a hotfix that resolves this issue.
- Additional properties are now available for logging in the Httperr#.log file in IIS 6.0 and IIS 7.0
Discusses a software update that lets you configure which properties are and are not logged in Httperr#.log.
- ASP File Cache Is Deleted After a Network Error
Active Server Pages (ASP) caches the files that it serves, and ASP uses change notifications to determine when a cached file must be updated. When the content lives on a remote Universal Naming Convention (UNC) share, Internet Information Services (IIS)...
- FIX: IIS 6.0 compression corruption causes access violations
On a computer that is running Microsoft Windows Server 2003 and Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0, static files that are compressed may become corrupted and may include content from other files on the Web server. If this behavior occurs,...