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Application Pool Specific Time Interval recycle settings

Set IIS Application Pool recycle defaults to Specific Times, not Regular Time Interval

By default, an IIS application pool (or “AppPool”) recycles on a regular time interval of 1740 minutes, or 29 hours. One reason for this time interval is that application pools don’t recycle at the same moment every day (every day at 07.00 for example). However, sometimes you want to change this regular time interval to …

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Conditionally start Application Pools on remote IIS web servers

Start all stopped application pools that have Autostart set to true Start stopped application pools with AppCmd or PowerShell in a loop. In my routine, I occasionally have to start multiple website application pools when they are in a stopped state. On more than one web server. Being a lazy system administrator, I find it …

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Add websites and application pools to IIS with PowerShell, in a for loop

How to use PowerShell to create websites and application pools in IIS… A client of the company I work for wanted to quickly add 60 sub-domains to his website. But, the sub-domains had to be created as self contained IIS websites, and running in their own application pools. Luckily, the client wanted 60 consecutive sub-domain …

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Multiple IIS 6.0/7.5 Vulnerabilities

Multiple vulnerabilities found in IIS 6.0 and 7.5 web servers. On the Full-Disclosure mailinglist Kingcope posted several IIS 6.0 and 7.5 bugs. Because I am a Windows Server and IIS admin, I took some time to test the various vulnerabilities …

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