Keep my DNN site alive

Oct 13

Written by: Goran Siric
10/13/2011 10:04 AM  RssIcon

Here you can download simple program I made for keeping my DNN site alive. To keep your DNN site alive enter url of your KeepAlive.aspx page in one of the address fields. KeepAlive.aspx is usually located in the root of your site, so you need to enter address like this: http://www.yoursite.com/KeepAlive.aspx

You can use this program for keeping up other types of sites too. Just enter url of the page you want to check at regular intervals so your site will not go down because of inactivity. 

You can also set up program to start with windows so you don't need to start it manualy after reboot.

Here is the screenshot of application. I think you will not have problem using it.


Setup can be downloaded  here



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