Monthly Archives: September 2016

The Magic of FTP with user isolation and how to automate the setup with Powershell (with Domain Users)

Unlike a normal FTP server, the magic of FTP with user isolation is that every user is jailed in this own directory and the user cannot see or write to other users’ directories, as well as changing to the parent … Continue reading

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IIS Worker Process (w3wp.exe) memory usage too high in Exchange Server

w3wp.exe process is an IIS web application process to handle the client request for the application pool. Exchange server services heavily utilized w3wp process not only to handle users request from external but themselves make web service requests among Exchange … Continue reading

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