My latest article helps explain how NIST recommendations can help mange digital identities. NIST isn’t really a compliance standard so following their guidelines won’t get you a neat certificate of compliance, but they can help protect your digital identities.
Thanks to my colleagues at Keyfactor for their input on this! (That’s you, Ryan Sanders.) 🙂
On an IIS hosted site I was receiving HTTP 405 error when I tried to access an API call with a PUT method.
Looking at the details page of the error, it was complaining about WebDAV not permitting the PUT verb.
At first, I just tried adding PUT in the default website’s Handler Mappings, doing an iisreset and trying the API call again. This gave me the same error.
So, I decided to remove the WebDAV module from IIS with the “Add and Remove Features” tool. This gave me a new error:
HTTP Error 500.21: Handler “WebDAV” has a bad module “WebDAVModule” in its module list. Going back to IIS, I removed WebDAV completely from the Handler Mappings, did an iisreset and the site started working.