Configuration :: MailSettings Setup Remote Certificate Is Invalid
Jun 16, 2010
Upon looking up other pages and threads related to this error, they are about HttpExchange, Exchange Web Services etc which is why this has threw me off as I'm sure mine may be related to the setup of mailSettings in the Web.Config - Although, I could be way off :)Although I have setup mailSettings successfully for Gmail accounts for testing purposes, I've been given specific credentials for which to set up to go live, which once there entered and I test locally, I recieve this error message
i have created a mail application as a part of an support application for my company.when enabling ssl it is showing the error as "The remote certificate is invalid according to the validation procedure"when commenting enablessl its working fine and mails are going. i know that the problem is with ssl autentication. i have made no changes to web.config file.
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when sending email the' asp.net 2.0 i get the above error msg The remote certificate is invalid according to the validation procedure. how to rectify this error msg soemetmes i get this error msg also Mailbox unavailable. The server response was:: bosauthsmtp15: Host :No unauthenticated relaying permitted
I am looking to get the data from any given domain names SSL certificate. For example I want to put in any website address e.g. "www.asp.net" and my code would firstly check if an SSL certificate exists. If it does then I want it to pull out the Issuer, Subject, Valid From and Valid Until etc. The intention is to create an SSL certificate checker similar to this: [URL]
How can I do this ASP.net???? - I have looked up loads of different things such as RequestCertificateValidationCallback and ClientCertificates etc.
would I create a HTTPWebRequest and then somehow request the client certificate and specific elements that way?
I have 2 machines on a domain. The first machine has IIS 6. 0 inatalled on it, whereas the second machine has published web content.
On the local machine ie. Web server i have configured the website like "A Share located on another computer" Eg: //Machine2/Application1. The pubished web content is inside a shared folder on the remote machine. Finally when i run the application in browser(IE 7.0) i get the following error.
Server Application Unavailable
The web application you are attempting to access on this web server is currently unavailable. hit the "Refresh" button in your web browser to retry your request.
Administrator Note: An error message detailing the cause of this specific request failure can be found in the application event log of the web server. review this log entry to discover what caused this error to occur.
The Error in the Windows event viewer is as follows:
I have a web setup package project alongside an old .asmx web service. When I build it I only get 'MyService.msi' and not the 'Setup.exe' in the 'Release' folder after build. Normally the .msi suffices for installation, but on Windows Server 2008 R2 I am getting denied from installing the .msi pacakge. I can only install .exe packages after right clicking and stating "Install as Administrator".
The server admin is still new to 2008 R2 and not sure why I can't install an .msi because I am an admin, so for now if I knew how to get that web setup package to generate the Setup.exe file as well I see my other VS.NET setup packages create.
I have a secure web site that is accessed by users who are in two different domains. Users from one domain using IE6 to access the site without any problem while users from another domain using IE7 get a popup message asking them to choose a digital certificate. It says "The web site you want to view requests identification.
I am making a web setup of web application. When i install it on client's machine. It asks me for the IIS to be installed. Now please tell me that is there any way to add IIS in prerequisites of setup.
In one asp.net project, I created a setup project. It is working fine. Is it possible to add SQL scripts(to create database and store procedures) into setup project and run scripts automatically once client user installs the application?
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I've just signed up for a MaximumASP MaxV virtual server hosting account. I can remote desktop into the box and am wondering how to configure it to host my website. I do not want to enable any features which I don't need. All I need is to be able to run an ASP.Net 3.5 Web Application, SQL Server 2008 & URL re-writing. What is the minimum set of windows features I need to enable? In what order should features and programs be installed? How will I deploy and configure my web app? How do I configure multiple domains to point to my application?
tried to do a search on this, but it kept timing out on me, so sorry if this has been answered before.In IIS7, I've setup a custom 404 error page, which works if you go to a document, but not if you go to a directory...