Especially after a new installation of IIS role in a server, you may notice that your browser returns “404 Page Not Found” error if you try to visit ASP.NET pages. Files exist and the URL is correct. What to do in this situation?Read More
Due to the company policies, many developers don’t have Administrator rights on the machines they use for development. Microsoft released IIS Express to allow these developers load and run projects in Visual Studio without Administrator rights.
If your project is somehow not compatible with IIS Express and you want to run it on Local IIS without Administrator rights on the machine, try the two workarounds below. They are not guaranteed to work but you may save a lot of time if they do work.Read More
IIS websites use all the available CPU power by default. There are application pool settings you can play around if you want to limit the CPU usage or you want to assign specific processors to specific websites.Read More