Exception information: Exception type: ConfigurationErrorsException Exception message: Unsecured Passwords Format Detected. The Membership Provider that contains the unsecure passwords format is: AspNetSqlMembershipProvider. The obsoleted password format is: Encrypted. For more information, see https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=834784.
Request information: Request URL: Request path: User host address: User: Is authenticated: False Authentication Type: Thread account name: IIS APPPOOL\DefaultAppPool
We tried to connect the website up to the wrong database. i.e. When we copied the database and moved it, we inadvertently copied the wrong database. This caused the above error due to the fact that the machinekey data in the web.config file was wrong for the database.
This caused the error 1310 to be thrown and the Application Pool associated with the new incorrectly setup site to stop.
Connect to the correct database!
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Whenever a new application pool is created, IIS creates a security identifier (SID) that represents the name of the application pool itself. For example, if you create an application pool with the name “Smartcrypt,” a security identifier with the name “Smartcrypt” is created in Windows. Resources can be secured by using this identity. However, the identity is not a real user account and will not show up as a user in the Windows User Management Console.
This can be configured by selecting a folder in Windows Explorer and adding the “Smartcrypt” identity to the folder’s Access Control List (ACL).
By doing this, the file or directory you selected will now also allow the Smartcrypt identity access.
You can do this via the command-line by using the ICACLS tool. The following example gives modify access to the Smartcrypt identity to the folder C:\web\mds and all contents.
ICACLS "C:\web\mds" /grant "IIS AppPool\Smartcrypt":M /t
To clear the DNS cache on a Mac computer running the later version OSx
Open a Terminal window and paste in the following:
sudo dscacheutil -flushcache;sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder; say cache flushed
Then hit enter.
You will be asked for the password you use to login as an admin.
– Updated the source for NOTAMS to fix the problem of FAA blocking regions via their website.– Updated New EK Categories.– Updated the colour coding for new categories.
This update addresses the latest released data from EK with new colour coding.
Also we were previously referencing NOTAM information from the FAA website. They have begun blocking IP addresses outside the USA. Subsequently we have referenced a new datasource and improved the formatting of the NOTAMS to be much easier to read.
While working with a Cpanel Website running WordPress, you attempt to upload a file and receive an error:
“The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini”
Login to the WHM Administration system. Note that this is usually the HOST provider that has access to this.
Softare >> MultiPHP INI Editor
Then for the Different PHP Version in the Dropdown, selecting for example ea-php55 or ea-php56
Edit the post_max_size to something bigger that the default 8M
Edit the upload_max_filesize to something bigger than the default 2M
Loged in as the Account holder,
Software MultiPHP INI Editor
Select the location that you will apply this modification to. This should be the site or sub domain you are experiencing the problem with. (In our example we have the wordpress.projectcentre.com.au)
This applies to Cpanel April 2018 V68
To Set up your mac mail with and Exchange Connection using Mac Mail you will need to follow these instructions carefully.
Mac Pro 2013 computer users have experienced problems in some configurations since upgrading to Mavericks OS X 10.9.3. For most people, the issue related to the use of mini port to DVI external monitors.
The mac pro by design can only run two Miniport to DVI monitors, and any additional monitors need to be run on a converter that has additional power. Apple call this their Dual Link DVI adapter. Essentially this is the same thing, just with a powered USB port on it. If you were to try an run 3 mini port to DVI adapters, what you would find is that only two monitors plugged in would run. Effectively the last two plugged in in any combination would be the two that ran.
Apparently this is by design, and part of the way that the Mac Pro is set to provide a stable and powerful signal in the miniprot to DVI adapters. The additional power that is required is subsequently provided by the Dual Link (USB port).
With this update, only two monitors would work, were previously more would run fine. Many online communities were talking about this problems that is considered serious for IT professionals. Here at InteractiveWebs.com we identified the problem, and lodged a support ticket with Apple. We had some back and forth providing the photo’s of our configurations, and some software tools that they provided to give system feedback.
Today we received a final version of OS X 10.9.4, and to our joy it has restored the monitor problems that we experienced and things are back and firing as they should.
I have seen some people digging in for a sledging of Apple over this issue. Personally I am old enough to have experienced this type of serious issue with other more prevalent operating system. In those instances, the disconnect between manufacturer, OS developers and software developers meant that we sometimes never fixed display problems. I can remember one instance with a Matrox graphic card that we paid something like $1200 for, and never could get it working as designed due to operating system changes and software incompatibilities. We later found the same cards on sale for $50 after we had dropped $6 K into the cards.
It was problems like that that, and the fact that no matter who we told our problems to (MS, Matrox, or 3rd party software developers) that we could never get a fix. No one would own the problem. That is exactly the reason we changed to “Apple Fan Boys” and although we have spent 10 days with less than optimal Mac Pro systems, it still remains that we had a problem. Told Apple, and they fixed the darn thing in a timely manner. Well done I say!