Is it possible to know network card id of the user host computer from where the request is coming like IP address. I am interesting to know if it is possible at IIS or asp.net level or any other possible way of knowing it?
My ASP.NET MVC 2 application runs under built-in local NETWORK SERVICE account. I want to set up access permissions for the folder which resides in another computer, but in the same domain. I located that folder right-clicked to open its properties form, clicked to Security tab and pressed Add button which displayed Add user form with correct domain name in the location field. I referred to the account with following syntax:
<domain name><server name>$
because I learned that NETWORK SERVICE account uses machine account when connected to other computers in the domain. However, the system couldn't find the account, so refuses to add the account. Without the domain name it adds a user, but that user seems to be local user, not web server's NETWORK SERVICE account. What am I doing wrong?
By the way, the above syntax worked when I created login for the sql server which is different computer from the web server.
I have an application where I need to be able to load files from an SDCard inserted in a client pc and have the files loaded to the server. I had the processing working just fine when I was executing it locally, but when I try to run it on a server, of course it would not work, since the card was not available to the server.
I found some info on some of the forums about sharing the card on the client and then mapping the share on the server. I did this, but for some reason, I cannot see the mapped drive. I tried several variatioins of the DriveInfo.GetDrives method and while it shows the drives that are local, it does not show the network drives.
If there is a better way to do this, I am open to changing my direction.
i want to stream TV channel to my family and few friends at another country over internet. I dont know what to do. But i have a rough idea that to capture the channel with a TV card and then broadcast it over internet.This means that i'm not the only user, it's a multiuser broadcast.
Is there any way to send a business card to a mobile phone using C#? I have an application in j2me which requires some set of data corresponding to some contacts so I want to send the business card of that contact via my server
Business Card is a type of special sms which contains the contact details of any person
I am assigned to create a credit card application that follow PCI Compliance. I know that there are documenation in PCI Compliance website about what kind of thing need to be followed. Is there anybody has somekind of sample code about ASP.NET Credit Card Processing?
So I am working on a vb.net project for school the class is a 101 class and it has to do with webapp not forms. So for my project I am working on creating a baseball score card. I have the layout of what I want it to look like. I am now working on getting the rotation of that batters. I have a button that adds the strikes to the form when pressed. What I am trying to do now is have the cell advance to the next player when it is 3 strikes. Here is the code for the subroutine. What is is doing right now is adding the strike1 image to batter one, the strike2 image to batter2 and the strike3 image to batter 3. How can I fix this so it added all three strikes to batter 1 then moves to batter 2?
The Title pretty much says it all but to clarify more I have a page with private properties that are storing a credit card object and a shopping cart object in viewstate so I can maintain a reference to them across postbacks. BTW the page involved will be using ssl. Is this safe?
I was asked to design an online game of cards (eg poker) multiplayer technology with asp.net mvc, and I went to see other sites like that have asked me. I noticed that many sites dump the game on the platform and then winform can play safely. I thought of using WCF and Silverlight together with asp.net mvc. How to understand the technology associated with the WCF card games online, where can I find examples of online games of cards?
I have time card data collected onto an AS400, and have an establed TimeReview.aspx which allows the user to review Time In/Out, etc. I have a request to add some way for managers to review the time and add corrections. I cannot edit direct or add fields to the time table in the AS400. I do, however, have a SQL Server that I could use to collect this information, but I'm not sure of the best way to go about it.
Here's an example of what the table should look like, with the added fields on the right. "X" (Revise) would be a checkbok indicating that this line should be revised. An administrative staff member would pull up the report the next day and manuall edit the time within the AS400.
-- From AS400 table -- -- SQL table -- Time Card info - Empl ID | WO | Date In | Time In | Date Out | Time Out | ---- X (Revise) | Corrected Time In | Correct Time Out
My thought is use an Empl ID field in the SQL table and bind it to the AS400 Empl ID field (not sure how).