web.config setup on windows based hosting

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    ewokee
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    how to deal with windows based hosting?

    web.config setup on windows based hosting? tell me how the things work… nothing to find….

    if i got it right most of features and things are done over a .htaccess file which i´m not using??????

    tell me how to deal with web.config!!!

    #30532

    AITpro Admin
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    Are you currently using a web.config file?  Go to the Logs & Info menu > System Info page and post this information below about your website/server from your System Info page.  Go to the BPS Pro > htaccess File Editor menu/page.  Do you see displayed messages in blue font that htaccess files are disabled:   htaccess Files Disabled: secure.htaccess Master file is disabled.

    Server Type: Apache
    Operating System: Linux
    WP Filesystem API Method: direct
    Server API: cgi-fcgi CGI Host Server Type
    Apache Modules|Directives|Backward Compatibility(Yes|No)|IfModule(Yes|No): View Visual Test
    403: mod_access_compat is Loaded|Order, Allow, Deny directives are supported|IfModule: Yes
    403: mod_authz_core is Loaded|Order, Allow, Deny directives are supported|BC: Yes|IfModule: Yes
    403: mod_authz_host is Loaded|Order, Allow, Deny directives are supported|BC: Yes|IfModule: Yes
    200: mod_rewrite Module is Loaded

    #30533

    ewokee
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    hi! first of all thanks for the fast respond!

    here are my server infos, a .htaccess thing isnt listed anywhere in there

    Server Type: Microsoft-IIS/8.5
    Operating System: WINNT
    WP Filesystem API Method: direct
    Server API: cgi-fcgi CGI Host Server Type
    Apache Modules|Directives|Backward Compatibility(Yes|No)|IfModule(Yes|No): View Visual Test
    200: mod_access_compat is Loaded
    200: mod_rewrite Module is Loaded
    cURL: cURL Extension is Loaded
    Zend Engine Version: 2.6.0
    Zend Guard|Optimizer: A Zend Extension is Not Loaded
    ionCube Loader: ionCube Loader Extension is Loaded Version: 50017
    Suhosin: Suhosin is Not Installed|Loaded
    APC: APC Extension is Not Loaded
    eAccelerator: eAccelerator Extension is Not Loaded
    XCache: XCache Extension is Loaded but Not Enabled
    Varnish: Varnish Extension is Not Loaded
    Memcache: Memcache Extension is Not Loaded
    Memcached: Memcached Extension is Not Loaded

    #30534

    AITpro Admin
    Keymaster

    Ok great!  Windows IIS/8.5 servers allow you to use htaccess files by default.  So you do not need to use a web.config file for your IIS server version.  The Apache Modules test confirms that your IIS server can use the mod_access_compat and mod_rewrite Apache Modules and mod_access_compat htaccess directives.  So in other words, there is nothing different that you need to do with BPS Pro setup/configuration on your IIS server and you can use htaccess files exactly the same as Apache/Linux servers.

    Apache Modules|Directives|Backward Compatibility(Yes|No)|IfModule(Yes|No): View Visual Test
    200: mod_access_compat is Loaded
    200: mod_rewrite Module is Loaded

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