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Securing an IIS application with a complex configuration

I'm in a bit of a pickle. I've got an IIS application which accesses an SQL database (on a different machine). This already means that: a) the IIS application needs to have a connection string to ...
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Implications of using domain\computername$ account to serve SQL data to IIS

One of our coders is trying to get Windows Authentication to work on a new web app that he's developing (.Net 4.0, MVC, via IIS 7.0/7.5). The application connects to a SQL Server database back-end ...
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With full access to the disk of an IIS web server, could you access the database server?

Here is a theoretical setup: You have a web server running Windows Server with IIS You have a website running here which connects to a database This website can start automatically when the server ...
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IIS and SQLServer Hardening

long story short: I'm an engineer doing development, not administration. I have no direct access to the production server, so I can only tell the administration team the best configurations for ...