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Once you removed the Web application, it should remove the APP as well from the IIS if that app pool is not being shared with other web applications. As you said, that this app does not listed in the SharePoint( when checking from exisitng app Pool), thats mean it is gone from sharepoint but for some reason it is still exsit on the couple of server. I ...


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IISReset stops and restarts the entire web server (including non-ASP.NET apps). That includes the following services: IISADMIN, World Wide Web Publishing Service (W3SVC) and Windows Process Activation Service (WAS). When you do an iisreset, IIS will create a new process to serve requests. All sessions connected to your Web server (including Internet, FTP, ...


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My understanding is you are creating a custom webpart and writing code to download some files from a document library and configured the webpart on an anonymous page for anonymous users to allow them to download the files from some secured document library. If I am correct, please make sure you are elevating the privileges. Wrap your code with the following ...


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It is not recommended, but it can be done. I think there is a plethora of reasons why you don't want to do it: performance, security, etc. The whole point of it being a provider-hosted app is that it is provider-hosted, vs. SP hosted. There isn't any reason it can't be on the same server, but best practices are to separate those provider-hosted apps from ...


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We have done this with multiple solutions without any problems. Create a new web application for the provider hosted app. Do additional configurations (https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/fp179901.aspx) and you are good to go.


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reset the IIS once again and it will run normally again The message says "The service, or dependent services, may had an error during its startup or may be disabled." This may happen in IIS 7 / 7.5 because WAS (Windows Process Activation Service) may be taking some time to refresh. The best way to make sure your IIS related services restarts successfully ...


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Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services uses impersonation so that code running within a executes with the identity and permissions of the current user. However, occasionally your code must call restricted methods within the Windows SharePoint Services object model even though the request is initiated by a nonprivileged user. In such cases you must be able to ...


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There are two ALIAS which can be configured - for 32 and 64 bit. Make sure you have both and try again.


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As you said, if perform IIS reset then it work fine for couple of min/hour then goes down. this make sense as 98% usage of memory of 32 GB is alot, Couple of things to check. why Memory usage is too high, How many App pool running on the server. Try to stop unused App Pool and Unwanted services from SharePoint If you have customization on your site then ...


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Looking at your screnshot, it seems your request is handled by IIS by another IIS site. Thus, the problem is probably on the IIS side, with a wrong binding: double-check the binding: HTTP or HTTPS, host-name, IP addresses and port... Also: do you have several Web-front end? If so, the IIS settings must be done on each WFE (actually, the best would be to ...


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In order to get a new web application URL to point to your newly created website you need to add a reference to it in your DNS. Or if it's for development purpose only, add a reference to the site in the hosts file located in C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc



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