4065 readersI've just encountered an annoying error with IIS 7.5 when using virtual directories. Since it took me a while to find a solution I am sharing it here. I needed to add a virtual directory to an IIS site which allows me to access a bunch of flv files to...
6106 readersToday I found myself having to configure IIS under Windows Server 2008 and I needed to restrict access to a specific directory by IP address. It was quite tricky to figure out how to do this due to Microsoft's idiotic way of presenting what could easily be a straight forward user interface operation... What follows are
1719 readersI've just encountered an annoying error with IIS 7.5 when using virtual directories. Since it took me a while to find a solution I am sharing it here. I needed to add a virtual directory to an IIS site which allows me to access a bunch of flv files to deliver via progressive download. The
11657 readersIn this Quick Tip, we’ll take on run-time Error 2044, the un-handled IO error. It’s actually very simple, but it plagues even experienced developers, so we’ll go in-depth and turn everyone here into IO error ninjas. Step 1: Setting up the Problem Let’s start by setting up some code in a Flash file that produces error
9142 readersI'm really not sure what has cause this but on our dev box we started seeing this error. Now CF is running and works, but somehow flashremoting isnt. No one claims to have messed with the server so I can't understand why it's happening.Ideas?
1322 readersIf you are having problems launching things like setup.exe or applications that require admin rights you might suspect a problem with SWF Studio. What you are really running into is the UAC security system in Windows Vista and Windows 7.
11145 readersJust a brief heads up if you are working with .NET components in ColdFusion. I've recently ported some CF code to a new server and suddenly saw this cryptic error: "System.Runtime.InteropServices.ExternalException". It appeared that the line of code that was causing the error was in which img is an instance of a .NET Bitmap object.
4719 readersHow the download bandwidth check works Flash Media Server has a native method to check download bandwitdh of the client, a feature that becomes very useful when you are going to stream multi bitrate content. In a fresh installation of a Flash Media Server you can find a couple of default applications: live and vod,
4251 readersI just ran into a problem with NetGroup.Connect.Rejected, my FMS4 server was running ok – I have even tried Cirrus/Stratus and I was still getting this error on demos, which were properly working before. OK – so what is this error about? It’s all about your Flash Player security and it’s basically telling you that
10966 readersIn Flash Media Server 4, the way the Server-Side Actionscript Client.id property is represented has changed...but if you're using the Admin API, it is still expecting the old version. Previously, Flash clients connected to Flash Media Server would be given a server-generated id which looked something like "oAADAAAA" (this is the value you would see
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