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How to set auto recycling application pool in windows server?

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Hello Friends,

Please describe How to set auto recycling application pool in windows server? Please describe step by step.

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On 3/20/2016 at 3:07 AM, Reseller99 said:

Hello Friends,

Please describe How to set auto recycling application pool in windows server? Please describe step by step.

Regards
www.reseller99.net

1. Go to Administrative tools.

2. Select Internet Information Services Manager

3. Expand the server and the application pools group.

4. Right Click the Application pool that you want to configure and click properties.

5. Find the recycling settings in the first tab.

 

 

 

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