This is a repost of a post from an old blog, made on July 20, 2012, that used to be on:
As you may know if you want to map client certificates to IIS 7 for authentication purposes, you must use the editor by default, as described in this blog.
If you want to have the IIS 6 like option of mapping the certificates through UI, you cam checkout this blog, and download the ClientCertificateMapping extension for IIS 7.
After installing the extension you will get new Client Certificates option in the IIS right side window
which will open a window like this one
This is a repost of a post from an old blog, made on March 25, 2012, that used to be on:
Today I was encountered with a problem with one of the computers that was running Windows Server 2008 R2 with Hyper-V. When I would try to start any of the virtual machines installed on it I would get the following error:
The virtual machine could not be started because the hypervisor is not running
I instinctively checked the BIOS if VT is enabled and it was.
When looking in the Event Viewer I would see Event ID 3112 so I started looking the Technet for other possible errors on that ID.
The problem for me was in BCD and Intel VT-d (Intel Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O), I needed to enable VT-d and put hypervisor in Boot Configuration Data to autolaunch with the following command (you need to runa cmd as an Administrator with elevated privileges):
bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype auto
Here is a little checklist if you get this kind of error:
- Check if Intel VT or AMD-V hardware extensions are supported on your CPU and are enabled in BIOS
- Check if No eXecute (NX) for AMD and eXecute Disable (XD) for Intel CPU are enabled in BIOS
- Check your BCD with bcdedit (the problem with me was, that it was a classroom computer with dual boot Windows 7/Server 2008, and the BCD was changed with Win 7 reinstallation)
- Check if Intel VT-d is and Trusted Execution enabled/disabled (This one is little strange to me, because if you look here it states it needs to be disabled, but for me I had to enable VT-d in BIOS)
- Check if you enabled Hibernation or Sleep on your server, it changes your “hvboot” registry value. Try to start it in elevated Command Prompt with command:
net start hvboot
Hope this helps somebody, because I got a little frustrated with this error today
This is a repost of a post from an old blog, made on July 17, 2012, that used to be on:
Today I had a problem with one of my test servers that was running Windows 2008, I was doing some work with IIS and certificates and after rebooting I wasn’t able to connect to it with Remote Desktop, also I wasn’t able to connect to the web sites that were on it, but it responded to ping requests.
When I tried to connect to it locally, after entering username and password it would just stay on the “Applying user settings” screen.
The solution to this is very simple:
- Either wait for you server to eventually finish the logon process or reboot it in the safe mode with F8
- Open registry editor with regedit
- Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\HTTP and create the following Multi-string value: DependOnService
- Double click the entry, enter CRYPTSVC in the Value Data field and click OK
- Reboot your server to Normal mode
You can also solve the problem with the Hotfix available from Microsoft.
NOTE: the KB article states that this happens on Windows Vista and Server 2008 with Service Pack 2, but in my case I had Windows Server 2008 Service Pack 1.