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App Pool of Central Administration is not starting

In this case there are multiple reasons for this issue, you have to check the Event Log ( security & Application) and you will get the reason. You said farm was shut off for 4 months than most ...
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PowerShell script for changing the identity of application pools

Use the below command: Set-SPServiceApplicationPool -Identity TestServiceWebApplicationPool -Account testdomain\testuser1 Ensure that its a managed account. Reference - Set-...
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What's the SharePoint applications pool limit depend on?

As per MSFT guidelines and industry recommendations, one farm should not have more than 10 App pools. You shouldn't cap the memory utilization of app pool, an app pool grows upto tons of GB and which ...
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Unable to Remove User Profile Application Pool

Try using the unique ID (GUID) for the Application Pool Instead. You can get the ID from (Get-SPServiceApplicationPool).Id. You won't see Service APp Pool Names in IIS just the GUID associated with ...
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App Pools for Service Apps

It's up to you really. The only significant reason to split each service into its own app pool is so you can run each as a different user for security reasons. The main reason to consolidate (other ...
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PowerShell script for changing the identity of application pools

Set-SpServiceApplicationPool is for the service app pool not for the web application. to change for web application, please test this script. $WebApplicaiton = Get-SPWebApplication https://...
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