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IIS Error Logs and Other Ways to Find ASP.Net Failed Requests

Matt Watson Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources

As exciting as it can be to write new features in your ASP.Net application, our users inevitably encounter failed requests. Do you know how to troubleshoot IIS or ASP.NET errors on your servers? It can be tempting to bag on your desk and problem your annoyance.  However, Windows and ASP.NET provide several different logs where failed requests are logged. This …

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What is IIS Express? How It Works, Tutorials, and More

Stackify Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources

Previously, when developers built and tested ASP.Net sites and applications, they use one of these two servers: Visual Studio’s ASP.NET Development Server and the Windows’ IIS Web Server. Each option has its pros and cons. Then, an increasing number of developers expressed their desire to have a server that exhibits the characteristics of user-friendly ASP.NET Development Server along with the …

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Where Are IIS Log Files Located? How to View IIS Logs on Windows & Azure

Matt Watson Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources

Not sure where your IIS log files are located? No problem! For a standard Windows Server, the default log location is: %SystemDrive%\inetpub\logs\LogFiles If your IIS logs are not stored in the default location, follow these directions below to look up where they are currently being stored. We also have directions below for Azure App Services & Cloud Services. Where Are …