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How to configure URLScan 2.5 to allow .stm files?

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Anonymous
August 21, 2004 11:27:42 PM

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We have a W2K Server SP4 running IIS 5.0. IIS Lockdown 2.1 and
URLScan 2.5 were run on the box.

We need to allow .stm files to run. When I remove URLScan from the
server the .stm files will run. However, I want all the other
functions of URLScan, so I want to configure URLScan to allow .stm
files.

I've made the following changes to the urlscan.ini file, but .stm
files are still being blocked by URLScan.

Changes to urlscan.ini:

I left the default UseAllowExtensions=0 and I commented out first and
then removed .stm ; Maps to ssinc.dll, for Server Side Includes,
from [Deny Extensions].

I then tried setting UseAllowExtensions=1 and added .stm to
[AllowExtensions], but I still receive the following message in the
urlscan log:

URL contains extension '.stm', which is disallowed. Request will be
rejected. Site Instance='4', Raw URL=''

I stopped/started the web site for each of the above changes.


Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Dave

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Anonymous
August 22, 2004 5:49:30 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.security (More info?)

Please disregard URLScan is now working properly.

On Sat, 21 Aug 2004 19:27:42 GMT, DJO <djo.oconnor@NOSPAMverizon.net>
wrote:

>
>
>We have a W2K Server SP4 running IIS 5.0. IIS Lockdown 2.1 and
>URLScan 2.5 were run on the box.
>
>We need to allow .stm files to run. When I remove URLScan from the
>server the .stm files will run. However, I want all the other
>functions of URLScan, so I want to configure URLScan to allow .stm
>files.
>
>I've made the following changes to the urlscan.ini file, but .stm
>files are still being blocked by URLScan.
>
>Changes to urlscan.ini:
>
>I left the default UseAllowExtensions=0 and I commented out first and
>then removed .stm ; Maps to ssinc.dll, for Server Side Includes,
>from [Deny Extensions].
>
>I then tried setting UseAllowExtensions=1 and added .stm to
>[AllowExtensions], but I still receive the following message in the
>urlscan log:
>
>URL contains extension '.stm', which is disallowed. Request will be
>rejected. Site Instance='4', Raw URL=''
>
>I stopped/started the web site for each of the above changes.
>
>
>Any help would be appreciated.
>
>Thanks,
>
>Dave
>
>*If responding by e-mail please remove the "NOSPAM".
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