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I have a number of different web apps running under IIS7. Is it possible to put limits on one app - for example, limit the number of connections, bandwidth, memory usage and CPU allowed?

I need to do this without installing any additional software on the box.

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Advanced Setting --> Behavior --> and then break down connection limits:

You'll see connection limits, connection time out, and max bandwidth settings as well.

This can be done per app.

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You can also at the Application Pool level (process) limit the memory consumption and Server->Application Pools->(select)->Advanced Settings-> CPU Limit, Queue Length, Memory Limit, etc.

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