HTTP IIS error 500 19

This article will guide us on steps to fix #IIS #error 500.19. To fix the error, we verify the user permissions and make sure the ASP.NET version is right.

The error 500.19 is an internal server error often occurring on a server using Microsoft IIS software. It indicates that the configuration data for the page is invalid.

To solve the issue, delete the malformed XML element from the Web.config file or from the ApplicationHost.config file.

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Transfer Files with Rsync on Windows using SSH connection

This article will guide you on steps to perform Rsync from Windows to Linux over SSH.

#Rsync can use #SSH as a secure transport agent. Make sure rsync is installed by opening a #terminal session and typing rsync --version on each machine.

Most #Linux distributions can now read the FAT32 or NTFS disk formats natively, so you could copy your files to an external hard drive formatted in Windows with either of those file systems, which will then allow you to read the data back easily in Linux.

1. cwRsync is an implementation of rsync for Windows. 

2. rsync uses a #file #transfer technology specified by the rsync algorithm, transferring only changed chunks of files over the network. 

3. #cwRsync can be used for remote file #backup and #synchronization from/to Windows systems.

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Add domain in PRTG

This article will guide you on how to add a #domain in the #PRTG #monitoring system.

PRTG is a network monitoring system to monitor a #website.

If you are working in more complex environments or those with a desire to reduce the number of authentication mechanisms on their networks, PRTG includes the option to easily integrate with Active Directory (AD).

1. PRTG additionally adds the probe device to the local probe. This is an internal system device with several sensors. It has access to the probe system and monitors the system's health parameters. 

2. PRTG automatically analyzes the devices that you add and recommends appropriate #sensors on the device's Overview tab.

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The application failed to start correctly 0xc00007b in Windows

This article will guide you on steps to fix #application failed to start correctly #0xc00007b in Windows which occurs due to different reasons.

Application Error #0xc0000005 (Access Violation) error is usually caused by your computer not being able to correctly process the files and settings required to run a particular program or installation.

To can apply the methods below and see if they can help you get rid of this error.

1) Reboot your computer.

2) Run your application as #administrator.

3) Reinstall your application.

4) Reinstall Microsoft .NET #framework (for Windows 7 or below)

5) Reinstall Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Packages.

6) Update your #Windows.

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Vestacp 502 bad gateway error

This article will guide you on common causes for #Vestacp #502 bad gateway #error and different methods to fix this error.

A 502 Bad Gateway indicates that the edge server (server acting as a proxy) was not able to get a valid or any response from the origin server (also called upstream server).

Server software timeouts: This error can also occur when a web server takes more time to complete and a caching tool reaches its timeout values that time. Slow queries can also cause this problem too.'

To fix Error 502 Gateway:

1. Refresh the page.

2. Start a new browser session or load the site on a different browser.

3. Restart your computer and networking equipment.

4. Clear your #cache and cookies.

5. Change your #DNS server.

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ISPConfig 500 internal server error

This article will guide you on different ways to resolve #ISPConfig 500 internal server #error and also you will learn about some factors that triggers this error such as exceeded MaxRequest value or PHP-fpm issue. 

The HyperText Transfer Protocol (#HTTP) #500 Internal Server Error server error response code indicates that the server encountered an unexpected condition that prevented it from fulfilling the request. Usually, this indicates the server cannot find a better 5xx error code to response.

The 500 internal server error runs on every page of your site when there's a problem with the server or file system that's powering your site. 

The cause most likely occurs in the root directory, where your WordPress files are, but it can also be caused by a problem on your host's server.

To Resolve 500 Internal Server Error:

1. Debugging the Issue. The first step is to make sense of the situation and try to make sense of the error.

2. Check if the Admin Works.

3. Revert Recent Changes.

4. Audit Your #Plugins/Extensions/Modules.

5. Check File Permissions.

6. Increase PHP #Memory Limit.

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