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Other questions have touched on this, but let's get a complete answer down:

  1. What specific permissions are necessary for a generic IIS 6 site with a domain user as the app pool identity?

  2. What specific permissions are necessary for an ASP.NET IIS 6 site with a domain user as the app pool identity?

  3. Are there any tricks/shortcuts to applying these permissions?
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You might want to check this article:

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa302396.aspx

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Not sure about what the absolute "minimum" permissions are for an app pool identity. But you'll definitely need the Log on as a service right.

http://blogs.msdn.com/ssehgal/archive/2009/06/23/running-iis6-app-pools-under-a-domain-account-identity.aspx

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