At CodeProject we spend an awful lot of time playing with room heaters, or as others like to call them, "servers". Over the years we've seen it all, some of it smoking, most of it usually working just nicely until something happens.
What that something is can be hard to find so we've created a quiet place for those battle scarred and frustrated to get a little help.
Posting this right here as I belive that this is a generic issue.
Right now if you do app development in most cases you are also code signing the app, using your favorite tool and a private key.
Since February, due to Microsoft adopting a new set of standards, issuers are obliged to deliver the digital certificates on hardware mediums aka USB tokens
Right now if you do app development in most cases you are also code signing the app
Not me. I figure if they have access to the server such that they can replace components then everything is already compromised. Not to mention that if they can do so in a useful manner then I would suspect an inside job as well (which the vast majority of breaches are anyways.)
Server receives a request for a particular client app, based on the request param's server changes the app's resources then code signs it, replying with the final result.
Not sure I understand what that scenario is suggesting.
Code signing involves using a certificate when the code is built (part of the CM build process) to provide security when the application runs. It allows the application to verify resources that it loads, such as a library.
That is a limited scope solution. All that is required is that a local machine (not cloud) is using for the final step of the process before delivery.
Your statement above suggests you are doing something in the normal client message handling scheme. That would be outside the scope of what I laid out.
Now I can see that if you are using a cloud server to do your builds then that would appear to be a problem for normal code signing. But your description would not seem to jive with that.
I am rephrasing my problem...
I have an .xml file that i want to [save remotely, store remotely, host remotely... i don't know the real word for it]. I just want to imitate this one [the link itself, and not the content]:
Say i have a file myfile.xml and want to get a "link" that literally look like:
i am following a tutorial but i am stucked!
HOW to save a file so that i can get its link like below. i have a file "update.xml" that i want to compare between the local drive and the remote drive or server or whatever. how can i save such file remotely and use its url like the format below?
just follow this link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GitHub
they are saying " It offers all of the distributed version control and source code management "
what they try to mean distributed version control ?
if we upload a project to github then many people around the world can work on the same project.......that is why GitHub is called distributed version control ?
if yes then online TFS is also provide same functionality. if we upload a project to TFS then many people around the world can work on the same project but TFS never claim that it is distributed version control.
so please some one who understand distributed version control then please explian why GitHub is consider distributed version control.
Which cloud are you doing to use? The answer would be vendor specific.
A WordPress website can be downloaded easily, Export — Support — WordPress.com, that would be enough. And then on the cloud vendor install WordPress and upload this website content there and you will be ready to use the web app on cloud. Almost every cloud has the WordPress add-on.
I used Azure, and Azure had a complete WordPress application setup to be used.
The sh*t I complain about
It's like there ain't a cloud in the sky and it's raining out - Eminem
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hi am having issue when starting my nodemanager it just disappear
am in window 10 weblogic 12c
it show this massage and disaapear
NODEMGR_HOME is already set to C:\oracle\MIDDLE~1\ORACLE~1\USER_P~1\domains\FR_DOM~1\NODEMA~1
Good day friends!
I have searched the www for this question but what I saw is not what am looking for. I have asp.net website ready for hosting. But before I will published it, I want to test some of the functionalities on my own with various devices e.g mobile to see the performance and speed. How I intend to do the testing is through creation of my own web server using window 7 and IIS. Please help
I want to build a cluster, functions like an ordinary cluster takes in requests and distributes the load among the connected computers. How to I begin a project..How to code it, Basic instinct is to use a lower level language such as C, but that seems a lot of work, Even if I use C I don't know how to handle the networking part or connecting computers. How must I begin and the steps I must take for completion of the project.
Thanks in advance
The construction of the cluster will depend on the problem domain.
If you have a high volumes of small tasks e.g. a giant web server, then you should employ a load balanced cluster with an array of stateless web servers behind it.
If you have small volumes of very large tasks then you should implement an MPI solution which splits the task into pieces, shares the load across the cluster and then assembles the final result from the processed pieces. This is ideal e.g. for video rendering or large amounts of mathematical computation, data mining etc, deep learning etc.
Can you provide some information about your use case, and then I will be able to offer some additional information.
I am using PC Helpware and VNC to connect remote desktops of client PC’s. I have set repeaters for that in my Web Server. I have set to ports say ‘X’ and ‘Y’ to Helpware and VNC respectively. Now the repeater ports are closing randomly.
I notice this problem when clients are unable to connect to the server. I don’t know why it is happening.
If I close and open the running repeater exe and then I can connect to clients without any problem.
I've setup a server I need to manage to allow RDP over the Internet. I would like to use this server to access and manage some of the other servers on my local network (ESXi 6.0 host). For some reason when I RDP over the Internet to my Win 2012 server I'm unable to putty from that server to other local servers.
I need to move a set of databases from a Windows 2008r2 server to a new Windows 2012 database server. I have looked at several articles but have not found the best one listing all of the complete steps in doing this the in a way that seems to have the complete process. Can someone direct me to a good article for me to follow in doing this?
I understand what your saying about it being very easy but the main issue is we are creating a 200Rr2 server from scratch and want to ensure everything is done right. This includes server setup, settings, etc.
Suppose you purchase a piece of server software and install it on a machine. Now, ideally I would like to tie it to the underlying machine, but it may not be a machine at all, it may be a VM.
Now, if you want to start up a second instance, I want to ensure that you are paying for that second instance.
Because of this, I need to find a way to distinguish them even though the underlying hardware may be the same.
I thought of using the PC name, but even that may be problematic because I can't be totally sure that *ALL* cloud vendors (hence, not just the VM vendors, but also their customers who, in turn, become sellers to my customers) will allow to change it.