You can change the provider like following -prov "RsaProtectedConfigurationProvider" For more options read following MSDN articles msdn.microsoft.com/…/zhhddkxy(v=vs.100).aspx msdn.microsoft.com/…/2w117ede(v=vs.100).aspx Reply Adam says: January 14, 2014 at 4:14 pm can you get a Fix the parameters in the ctor of the OpenWebConfiguration and everything worked. Newton's second law for individual forces How do I sort files into a sub-folder based on filename part? Browse other questions tagged asp.net web-config or ask your own question. get redirected here
I can successfully encrypt 'appSettings' using C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727>aspnet_regiis.exe -pe "appSettings" -app "/AppName"however the similar command when used with 'identity' C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727>aspnet_regiis.exe -pe "identity" -app "/AppNAme" gives me the below message ""Encrypting configuration section...The Personally, I don’t normally do that, mainly to avoid issues with configuration inheritance. Thanks for asking! First hit in google redirected me to this thread, but changing the virtual directory name in command has resolved the issue wihtout going to the file location i.e., wwwroot >inetpub etc.Apriori http://johnnycode.com/2013/06/26/encrypting-sections-of-an-asp-net-web-config/
Contribute Why not write for us? Please let me know if there is any concerns or queries. in ISS under “Web Sites” I create a new virtual website (I can also create it directly using the publish procedure in visual studio) In IIS I create an application pool
Blog Sign in Join ASP.NET Home Get Started Learn Hosting Downloads Community Overview Community Spotlight Articles of the Day What's new Community Blogs ASP.NET Team Events Hall Of Fame MSDN Samples C# A Configuration File Cannot Be Created For The Requested Configuration Object If you do run an application inside your IIS site, you will need to include that. If you setup your system like me, you may have encountered output containing a stupid error message like this one: Microsoft (R) ASP.NET RegIIS version 4.0.30319.17929 Administration utility to install and https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/gaurav/2013/12/15/encrypting-section-of-config-file-using-aspnet_regiis-exe-the-configuration-for-physical-path-web-config-cannot-be-opened/ Post your question and get tips & solutions from a community of 418,747 IT Pros & Developers.
Is that what you were asking? –Stuart Jun 23 '09 at 21:50 Actually my concern is I don't want to mess up my actual web.config if something goes wrong. The Rsa Key Container Could Not Be Opened. Due to which our application is redirecting to login page. Thanks Gaurav Comments (11) Cancel reply Name * Email * Website Archna says: November 13, 2013 at 12:01 pm This was a great solution and information. The properties I accepted were Read access permission and scripts application permission.
When answering a question please: Read the question carefully. And, I suppose I know why! The Configuration For Physical Path Cannot Be Opened In the Web Sharing property window is nothing shared. The Configuration Section Was Not Found So one should not include the name of file in path e.g.
So what’s the point. http://ngogeeks.com/not-be/a-configuration-file-cannot-be-created-for-the-requested.php Rajendra Dhakal replied to Restore SQL Server text dat... There are my files incl. Make sure you have read permission to this key container. "aspnet_regiis -pef"
Your Email This email is in use. Following is the command i tried. I'd rather encrypt just the sections I need for performance overhead reasons.Any ideas folks? useful reference How is True < 2 implemented?
How can I check that the voltage output from this voltage divider is 2.25V? Aspnet_regiis Decrypt yes there is “web.config” specified in the command. That's life...
In pages served from that site, the INSTANCE_META_PATH server variable returns "/LM/W3SVC/1". All these external files are in one common folder for easy maintenance. app.config 1. “The configuration for physical path ‘web.config' cannot be opened” Maximum time this error occurs because of incorrect path of the config file. Encrypt Connection String In Web Config C# Thank you so much!
What is the total sum of the cardinalities of all subsets of a set? Using this feature for encryption of config sections of windows/console application’s configuration file i.e. I'm a member of the ASP.NET team, and was just popping over here to see what was going on. what was I going to say again?
share|improve this answer edited Jul 28 at 21:51 Rakitić 2,75351230 answered Feb 9 '14 at 14:20 FreedomDeveloper 355513 Launch the command prompt in administrator mode then proceed as noted the web.config file. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Singular cohomology and birational equivalence Were the Smurfs the first to smurf their smurfs?
Failed! Thanks for asking! But I am unable to rename it to older as it say "The system cannot find the file specified" Reply Gaurava K Arya says: February 21, 2014 at 1:54 am Hafeez, I accepted the default properties, but to see what they were I clicked on the "Edit Properties" button.
I have multiple websites on my webserver. I stumbled across it by manually typing out the whole line.... Monday, May 28, 2007 1:52 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thank you, the WebSharing did the trick for me as well! After completing all the information there, you went to Visual Studio and using the "Publish" (aka Web Deploy) feature, you deployed your site.
MCTS, MCPD. "rockdale" wrote: I followed this article, http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/zhhddkxy.aspx My command is: aspnet_regiis -pe "connectionStrings" -app "/myWebSiteName" -site 711831 -prov "RsaProtectedConfigurationProvider" The error message is: A configuration file cannot be created It turns out that I needed to go to my physical directory, in this example, c:\dir\virtual\myWebsite, and then right click and open the properties page. or decrypting it?
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