User Account Control setting you will find in: Control Panel > System Security > Action Center > Change User Account Control Settings

IIS 7 log files are on my computer are in: C:\Inetpub\logs\LogFiles

To get IIS manager, you can write in Start -> Run -> inetmgr.exe, or Start -> Control Panel -> System Security -> Administrative Tools -> Internet Information Services

You can follow my links at http://delicious.com/stanko75/windows7 (or via RSS).

This tip I took from Tim Anderson tweet:

did you know that pressing Shift-F10 at Win 7 install screen gets you a command prompt for minwin?

To write this article, I was using this web page. As as it is written there, first download msysgit, I downloaded msysGit-fullinstall-1.8.5.2-preview20131230.exe, after unzipping it start msys.bat if it doesn start automatically, and write following lines, one by one: 

cd ~
git clone https://github.com/git-ftp/git-ftp git-ftp.git
cd git-ftp.git && chmod +x git-ftp
cp ~/git-ftp.git/git-ftp /bin/git-ftp

Now you can close window, and execute git-cmd.bat.

We have to set up our ftp. First go to folder which you want to synchronize, for example C:\gitTest\First, then set up ftp user and pass. For me it was something like this:

git config git-ftp.user ftpUser
git config git-ftp.url www.milosev.com/gittest
git config git-ftp.password ftpPass

Initialize:

git ftp init

Now we can push:

git ftp push

And enjoy :)

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if you are receiving error like:

error: could not lock config file .git/config: No such file or directory

Then do something like

mkdir .git
git config --global user.email "This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it."

and error message is gone. Taken from here

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Also, it seems that before git ftp init we have to execute git init command

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and if you are receiving error like:

fatal: bad default revision 'HEAD'

Then it seems that first you have to commit to your local git repository, something like I already described here.

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To download to my local machine, first I had to copy my source with simple ftp client, then to repeat all previous steps to have git local repository... I couldn't find another way...

Also, when I already have repositories, after getting the source with ftp client then when I execute:

git ftp catchup

I will keep my history...

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It seems that something like

git pull ftp://userName:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it./myModule

should also work, except in my case...

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Finally, this is my procedure how I am doing git for ftp:

git add . --all
git commit -m "Commit locally"
git ftp push

I don't understand why I have to execute "git add . --all" but without that my code will not be added to the git.

First download git for Windows. There are lot of git installations, I downloaded this one. After I created two folders, like First and Second, then I opened First folder in command prompt, like I described it here. Then in command prompt I executed command:

git init

After execution of that command I received message like:

Initialized empty Git repository in C:/gitTest/First/.git/

In notepad I wrote one text file, which had only one line "first", and I name it first.txt. Now I wrote:

git add .

Dot on the end means to everything what is in that folder, and after I wrote:

git commit -m "test"

Now we can go to second folder, and open command prompt from there, and write:

git clone c:\gitTest\First

Now you will see in your folder "Second" there will be folder First, with first.txt file. Now lets open file:

C:\gitTest\Second\First\first.txt

and write, for example, second, save and close the file in command prompt go to folder for example:

C:\gitTest\Second\First

and write:

git add "first.txt"

after that:

git commit -m "test2"

Now lets go to first folder, and pull changes, that means in folder C:\gitTest\First in command prompt write:

git pull C:\gitTest\Second\First

Open file C:\gitTest\First\first.txt and see the magic.