Programatically using the BasicHttpsBinding and UserNamePasswordValidator classes in a WCF C# .NET Windows Service.

“Now we find out if that code is worth the price we paid.” – Princess Leia I wrote an article recently regarding how to create a WCF based C# .NET Windows Service (here). I’m going to build upon that further here by moving from the BasicHttpBinding class to the BasicHttpsBinding class, and from Windows authentication to […]

Controlling Multi-Homed Microsoft DNS Server Registration. Your eyes can deceive you, don’t trust them.

In the last post we examined how to programatically control DNS dynamic registration on DNS clients. Now we’re going to examine the same problem, but on the DNS server itself. The DNS registration configuration for the DNS server can be misleading, which is why this quote is particularly pleasing. Let’s recap. When you don’t have […]

Programmatically Controlling DNS Dynamic Registration on Windows. She may not look like much, but she’s got it where it counts, kid.

I had someone ask me the other day about an issue they were having with regards to multi-homed Windows servers and the Microsoft DNS Server product with dynamic registration enabled. I created a VBScript file to address the issue, which I’ll explain in this post. As for the quote in the title, this quote I […]