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Securing ASP Data Access Credentials Using the IIS Metabase


Protect both your database and server by using ASP the way Thomas outlines in this article. Enjoy the read and secure your ASP Data Access at the same time.

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By: Thomas Carpe
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June 06, 2003
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Securing ASP Data Access Credentials Using the IIS Metabase
  2. · The Article
  3. · More Issues About the Metabase
  4. · Where to Go From Here

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As an ASP programmer, I am always writing code that accesses databases. Many applications, such as Site Server, Commerce Server, SharePoint, and Content Management Server provide their own API that helps an ASP programmer tie into this data in a secure and efficient way.

That's nice if you have access to these remarkably expensive platforms, but what about the rest of us? Well, you could roll up your sleeves and just whip off a couple COM objects; however unless you are a crewmember of the starship Voyager, such miracles are unlikely.

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