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The remote server returned an error: (401) Unauthorized.

Here is the scenario:

  • .NET Web Api running on an IIS Server (8.5 – although the problem was recreated on 7.5 too)
  • v4.0 Integrated Application Pool with a domain account identity.
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This is the end for Resco Mobile CRM on Windows XP

Resco Mobile CRM app for MS Dynamics CRM is from now on available on these desktop operating systems: Windows 8.1, 7 & Vista

What’s missing? 71 more words

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The unknown beauty of shared projects in .NETGeert van Horrik


Shared Projects

Shared Projects are a new feature of Visual Studio 2013 Update 2. It was initially created to support universal apps apps for both Windows Phone RT and Windows RT, and that’s what most people know about it.

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HTTPS and X509 certificates in .NET Part 1: introduction


HTTPS, SSL, TLS – these terms are used interchangeably to denote secure communication between a web client and a web server. Secure HTTP communication generally must ensure all of the following: 1,549 more words


Venturing Into A World Of Asynchronicity - Async & Await

You’d be forgiven for noticing the literal nature of my blog title up until now.  You certainly haven’t yet seen any code on this development blog.   1,433 more words


Supporting only json in Web API

How to either replace every formatter by a single one or to replace IContentNegotiator with a non negociating one (better solution). Supporting only JSON in ASP.NET Web API – the right way – StrathWeb StrathWeb… 18 more words

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Bridges between Win runtime APIs and managed desktop apps

How to use WinRT APIs from managed desktop apps: Managed desktop apps and Windows Runtime – Windows app development. This way is simple. Some available API are packaged in facade assemblies that can be consumed from desktop apps as reference. 130 more words

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