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SharePoint developer, author and sometime mentalist.

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comment What is the correct way to block all HTTP Headers (ASP.Net and SharePoint) from a particular web application extension?
Thanks George, but that leaves me back where I started with the heap corruption issue identified in the original question :-(
Feb
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comment What is the correct way to block all HTTP Headers (ASP.Net and SharePoint) from a particular web application extension?
Thanks George. I will try this when I have a chance +1 for now as it sounds positive.
Jan
17
comment What is the correct way to block all HTTP Headers (ASP.Net and SharePoint) from a particular web application extension?
Thanks again John but I would not advise on editing the web.config file in the 15 HIVE as this is not a supported action. In terms of what does not work it is simply when the module is used on Windows Server 2012 with IIS8 and SharePoint 2013. I am unsure if there is a change in IIS8 which has resulted in this.
Jan
17
answered Claim Based Authentication: Using Windows Authentication, but gathering user roles from SQL Database
Jan
17
comment What is the correct way to block all HTTP Headers (ASP.Net and SharePoint) from a particular web application extension?
Thanks John, but I have tried using the PostReleaseRequestState event and others and this does not seem to work reliably with SharePoint 2013 and IIS 8. I completely agree on the value of obscuring the technology used in some cases.
Jan
16
comment How to change the text shown above filterwebparts in sharepoint?
Nope - that is your only option AFAIK.
Jan
16
answered How to run a custom EXE file from Application page
Jan
16
comment How to change the text shown above filterwebparts in sharepoint?
You could (though its not nice) use JavaScript and CSS to hide the text I suspect.
Jan
16
comment How to change the text shown above filterwebparts in sharepoint?
OK you mean the actual filter name which is displayed above the relevant control? So what do you want that to say? You need to tell the user what to enter so it needs to say something and as you say its used in the web part connections dialogs. No real way round that without writing a custom filter web part, you just need to make it say something sensible.
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Jan
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answered How to change the text shown above filterwebparts in sharepoint?
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