What is the URL you are requesting, what server is it running on (IIS or the VS built in server), what is the runtime error message? It doesn't matter how bold you make the error type it won't explain any more.....
I have a problem that I have no idea how to solve. I have a website where customers can log into. If they are logged in they can download setup.exe and install a program. The problem is that they can then copy the setup.exe and install the program on another computer.
The program that setup installs is small so what I want to do is to have the user install the program directly from the server instead of downloading the setup. The user logs in, clicks on "Install" and then a dialog appears where the user can choose to approve or decline the installation. If she approves, the program is installed in Program files on her computer. Now how on earth do I accomplish this?
Please give me all kinds of information on how to accomplish this, tutorial links would be neat as well.
The ASP.NET validators will only fire when the user submits the form, not when a field is focused/unfocused. I assume thats what you mean? If you mean the validation is not firing at all client side, only on a postback, you may have the validators client side check property set to false (can't remember the name, it should be pretty obvious). Remember users can ALWAYS disable client side script, theres no way for you to 100% guarantee its enabled so always use the server-side validators as well.
I've got about 200 web pages that I'm sorting out. I'd love to find a thumbnailer kind of how in windows you can "View as thumbnail" I'm wondering if there is any Windows add-on/extension that will render a thumbnail image of an aspx page for you... except do it for about 200 of them.
I know I'm probably looking for something on the same level as the fountain of youth or a .net version of code project but maybe not so it's worth asking.
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When you install Google's toolbar in IE7 the right-click context menu shows their favicon next to their context menu insertions. Does anyone know how to do this? Also would like to know how to add separators above & below context items. Any help would be most appreciated.
We have a web application that users buy a subscription to and log in to from the web. Currently, they have to put in a username, password, and the credit card number they used to subscribe in order to log in. They have to enter the cc# because the thought is they would be unlikely to share this information with other people and thus can't share login information. Users have complained about having to do this everytime they want to use it. I would be content with just removing it, but I am told we need some other method to prevent users from sharing login information and I cannot think of anything else and a google isn't helping me. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Users have complained about having to do this everytime they want to use it. I would be content with just removing it, but I am told we need some other method to prevent users from sharing login information and I cannot think of anything else and a google isn't helping me. Does anyone have any suggestions?
I would complain also and probably wouldnt use the site. What is the reasoning for this "preventing of sharing information"? Users will do as they please and all you can do is tell them not to.
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Save the IP address they are using for each login, and display it to the user somewhere (so they are aware of the logging). Inform the users that sharing accounts is ground for cancelling accounts without refund.
Normally a user would log in from one or two places. The first three bytes of the IP address is usually constant for a location, but the last may vary if they have a dynamically assigned IP addresses.
You should quite easily see if some account is accessed from a lot of places, and then you can investigate further where they are located. If a user is logging in from Australia and then ten minutes later from Finland, it's clearly not the same physical person.