If your Internet Information Services (IIS) produces a 500 – Internal server error, your website is in serious trouble. Debugging an IIS 500 – Internal server error can take some time, so you’d better be prepared for the worst-case scenario. You don’t want to research how to deal with this error under time pressure.
In my last article, we created a new VM for Kali Linux, mounted the ISO file to its virtual DVD drive, and changed the boot order so that the VM could boot from the virtual DVD drive. Here, I will show how to start and stop a Hyper-V with PowerShell. You’ll also learn how to disable secure boot with PowerShell.
Failed Request Tracing is the most important IIS feature for diagnosing and troubleshooting any problem. It helps you determine what is exactly going on with your requests and why, provided you could reproduce the problem after enabling the failed request tracing feature.
By default, the IIS server is set to show detailed errors for local requests only, whereas it displays a custom error page for remote requests. This is done for security reasons, since detailed errors could reveal potentially detailed technical information about the web server and website.
In this comprehensive icacls guide, you’ll learn how to list, set, grant, remove, and deny permissions, as well as everything you need to know about Microsoft’s command line tool for managing file and folder permissions.