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The details steps here : Open SharePoint Management Shell as Administrator. Type this command Get-SPServiceApplicationPool | select Id, Name Open IIS Manager > Application Pool > Match Application Pool GUID with the command result. Refer Get the corresponding SharePoint services name of the Application Pool Guid


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I am so stupid. I forgot in SP2010, application pools created by CA or PowerShell are named with GUID. Hence when I open IIS manager I cannot find the new pools I created because they are named (e.g. 7caf285b-df15-91fgf-95a8-ca74edbddc01) Refer to this old post, I use Get-SPServiceApplicationPool | select Id, Name to get the GUID of pools and match the ...



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