Is it possible to connect to a Remote Desktop from my ASP.net (I easily done it in .net windows application with a 4 line code and"Windows Terminal Service Control")application, If so can you guide me through it. Many thanks in advance.NB:I want to achieve it without using ActiveX control that work in IE, because with that every client would have to use IE and install the control.
I would like to embed a Remote Desktop session within my browser. I must use remote desktop because my clients can't install any additional software on the server.
Here are some problems that I can already foresee:
1) I believe that I can embed an RDP ActiveX control, but then all I could support is IE. And even then, IE lockdown may forbid ActiveX controls.
2) I don't know anything about Apple computers, but I presume that they don't inherently run RDP?
3) I think there are ways to run RDP through a Java control. I don't have experience to know if this is a good or bad idea. I suppose that Java may even be disabled on some browsers, but don't know if this is a common case?
I'm trying to implement a bit of functionality that will behave much like the CustomError pages: if the connection is remote function A() will run; else function B() will run. The only problem I'm having is that I'm not sure the best way to determine a "remote" connection. Does it matter if I'm running my code on a shared web host? Can I rely on just comparing "my" IP to the request's IP?
I want to create a suite of three products. One is a website, so that is set in stone. Another is a mobile application, so that will be written as an application (for whatever devices). The third product is something that the user can use locally on their machine. However, I'm not sure if I want to make it a desktop application or a local website. With a desktop application, if I make a significant change to my business rules, I have to make it in three places (assuming the dll change needs a GUI change). However, if I make it a local website, then almost everything would be the same as the regular website. Desktop applications seem to provide more controls that are easier to use though. And since I'm taking this project on alone (right now) easy sounds best. But I don't want to sacrifice easy now for easy later.
The website I want to write will be using MVC architecture. I'm not even sure how to deploy a website yet either to a server or to a local machine. The only thing I've done was set up a local website before for a website that was already created in house by my co-workers. And that was solely ASP.Net, no MVC architecture.
My questions are:What do you guys think would be best in the long run; a local website that mimics the regular website or a desktop application?
Is there a way to create an install package to install a website so the user doesn't have to tinker with their computer at all?
Ok I created a web app with membership & role, intially I had 2 db but combined data with the default aspnetdb.mdf created to simplify.I then used "copy web" to move all asp files & roles folders to remote server in a sub domain directory.Created a backup of the aspnetdb.mdf and then ftp to sub domain directory which was then loaded by the host as MS SQL db name: aspnetdb3.Now, I know I need to change the web.config connection settings but to what???here is the initial connection setting:
had made a site for client in which users can make request for songs, there's a db haing songname, by whome, written by, sang at etc the site is hosted and working fine the way the admin gets to know what is asked for is by using the website but now he wants that there be a desktop application which diplays all the requests so he does not have to log in and use the website..
I want to have a PHP login form on my website. When the user enters a username and password and clicks submit, they should be directed to a remote website logged in (therefore skipping the login form on the remote site).
As mentioned in the title, the remote site is built using ASP.NET.
I've tried to search for a solution this but really not finding.
I deployed my MVC app to IIS 7.0 and I keep getting the following error; ExecuteNonQuery requires an open and available Connection. The connection's current state is closed I dont get this with the app locally on my machine. Where could this error be occurring??
I'm getting a lot of these error messages in my logs on one of my servers and intermittently on two others.Googling didn't reveal very much information, mostly related to file uploads or downloads being interrupted. My pages are basically just text files with "ok" in them that only have .aspx extension for future plans, there's no actual code powering the pages. Servers are all Windows Server 2008 RC2 x64 running IIS7 / ASP.NET 4.Statistically it's happening well under 1% of the time but because of the volume of traffic that still clutters my event log with 2 or 3 of these messages per minute.Edit:tracked down the problem, setting buffering to true stopped it occurring.