In this, the first part of this article, we've learnt how Microsoft have used and implemented various methods, protocols and controls to allow us as developers to use various HTTP tunneling methods in their simplest forms.
In tommorow's article I will show you how to force downloads and binary data transfers, how to use HTTPS authentication with ServerXMLHTTP, how to upload a file from a remote server in ASP.Net and more.
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