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As the name suggests, Assembly deployment Target; specifies where the assembly i.e. dll of the SharePoint will be deployed to. So, in case of WebApplication deployment target, the assembly will be loaded in the bin folder represented by the IIS site. For example, the deployment is done to port 80 site. Then the path may look like this ...


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The advised maximum number of application pools is 10 and the maximum number of web applications is 20 as per https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262787(v=office.15).aspx That said I would recommend the following: a) use a single application pool for all services b) use as few application pools as possible for content In many cases, only 2 ...


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As per my information, App Pool Limit is only for Content Web Applications only(thats mean services app pool not counted towards limit) and This Count on WFEs. Usually Services app pools are on the Application server. To change the App Pool you can do it via Central Admin. Go to Central Admin > Application Management Under Service Applications > Manage ...



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