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This built-in account does not need a password and will be the default identity that is used when anonymous authentication is enabled. If you look in the applicationHost.config file you will see the following definition: <anonymousAuthentication enabled="true" userName="IUSR" defaultLogonDomain="" /> This tells IIS to use the new ...


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I have used IIRF( https://iirf.codeplex.com/) URL rewrite tool on my 2003 servers. It works on 32bit and 64bit systems and had no problems so far...


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WOW, thats alot of lazy changes to IIS. Stuff that i wouldnt recommend.... if you need to do it than do one thing at a time or atleast test it on a test server first! i understand you might have 100's of web apps and app pools but doing multiple changes for all webapps is crazy --- unless well tested on just one webapp to start with!! as for the issue: ...


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this question should be resolved by: In the IIS7 control panel, to go the Basic Parameters for the web site. Specify the impersonated user. When reloading the site, it will now complain that it can't access "...\Temporary ASP.NET Files" give read/write access to the impersonated user. ...


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Try looking for 'App_Code' in your web.config files? cd \inetpub\wwwroot\wss findstr /s App_Code web.config If that outputs anything it should help you work out why ASP.NET is trying to load "App_Code" as an assembly.



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