…fault) along with longer explanations as to what they do and affect
Might seem a little wordy but .net devs are used to long winded
explanations in xml files, and with security its always better to be
Majority of the elements in the web.config would have no affect on IIS6
as the configuration of IIS6 is not affected by the web.server tag
elements. The majority of changes required in IIS6 have to be achieved
manually through metadatabase edits.
…ms and .net3 Webforms
- Recreated each template from scratch copying the modifications over from the original template.
- Commented out the entire rewrite tag and added a note about installing URLRewrite.
- Tested each config within its own project, the MVC4 + WebAPI are identical (as the WebAPI project still contains a standard MVC4 project, and WebAPI sits higher in the stack)