I am using Windows 7 Ultimate OS with .Net 3.5. I am also studying for MCTS Exam - 70-536 which has the NET Framework Configuration Tool (Mscorcfg.msc) in its syllabus. I could not find this tool on searching.
How do I use this tool.
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Where can I find .NET Framework 3.0/3.5 Configuration Tool and Code Access Security Policy Tool? They simply disappeared after Frameworks 1.1/2.0.
There are a number of ways to configure an application in the .NET Framework 2.0. This article explores the classes of the revamped System.Configuration namespace and explains how to use XML configuration files for your app configuration settings.
MSDN Magazine June 2006
Building a basic, reusable application framework can make development quicker and easier. This allows you to focus more on the problems at hand and less on the repetitive tasks involved in building any application. In this article, the author presents a framework that provides facilities to access the registry and an extensible framework for logging messages to a console window or the Event Viewer. This reusable framework can be included as a library in your projects, allowing you to display an enhanced, color-coded message log and dynamically change logging levels.
MSDN Magazine May 2003
I'm fairly new to ASP.NET and I'm trying to think of the best way to implement my first dynamic website. I've noticed the ASP.NET Configuration tool and it seems quite useful but I have a few questions:
1. Can this page be accessed when the website goes live or is it best to make your own?
2. Can this tool handle custom SQL databases or must everything be built into the default one?
3. Can this tool be setup for local use initially and then changed for the hosting server details later on?
The website I'm build will have user account features, with a news and articles section which the user will be able to interact with. So I need to create a database to handle this. However I don't know whether to completely ignore this tool and just make everything custom or try and incorporate that into the ASP.NET Configuration tool. Also, if everything is made custom can you still use the membership tool in visual studio? Thanks for any help :)ÃÂ
I'm trying to make an MVC 2 site, and I've run into a bit of a snag. I want to add user roles to my system via the configuration tool, but every time I click the Security tab I get the following error:
"There is a problem with your selected data store. This can be caused by
an invalid server name or credentials, or by insufficient permission.
It can also be caused by the role manager feature not being enabled.
Click the button below to be redirected to a page where you can choose a
new data store.
The following message may help in diagnosing the problem: Could not load type 'HandiGamer.MvcApplication'."
When I click on the 'Choose Data Store' button, it tells me I'm already using AspNetSqlProvider.
I have a .mdf file for the rest of the site's db, but didn't make any tables for membership as I thought all of that would be handled by the configuration tool.
Am I missing a step?
Grrr well I used this to set up all my membership roles etc. Set up all my pages that needed security set annoymous users.. was feeling elated! Until I tried to deploy it to my web host. I have read lots of stuff that this doesnt work remotely etc. So i have taken it all off.
So how do i go about simply having some secure admin pages on my site. Just a tutorial to point me towards would be great I know its a question I can find from google but I just keep reading lots of differnt stuff and would like the best practise
Thanks in advance
I'm trying to use the ASP.NET Configuration tool under the Website menu in VS2005. When I click on the Security tab (or link) I get 'Unable to connect to SQL
Clearly the application cannot connect to my database, but I'm not familiar enough with the tools to figure out how to fix it. I searched the ASP.NET forums for a solution and and Googled it loads but am still stuck.
I'm running SQLServer 2000 and SQLServer 2008. I have run the cmd line tool aspnet_regsql -W and followed the wizard to create/configure the aspnetdb on both instances in turn as I have been troubleshooting.
From one tutorial I was following I had a connection string in my web.config file that was incorrect - I made it point to the SQL Server instance I was targetting (2008) but no joy. Then I followed another tutorial video and there was no connection string at all but the tool still ran, so I deleted it.
Being that this is such a basic step I'm pretty frustrated to have been stuck here for so long and would really appreciate some help.
I have installed both the Client as well as SQL Server Studio Management Express using the following setups SQLServer2005_SSMSEE.msi & SQLEXPR32.EXE.
But SQL Server Express 2005 Configuration Management tool is not installed in the system. What should I do.
I am running VS2010 and trying to make the asp.net configuration tool to work.
The problem is: when I click on in in the menu, the server goes up but nothing happens.
If I type the url (localhost:port) in the browser, I get the following error:
and if I copy and paste the /asp.netwebadminfiles to the url
(localhost:port/asp.netwebadminfiles), the page loads with the following
" An error was encountered. Please return to the previous page and try again.
I've looked in the event log, but no error message.
Could anyone help out me with it?