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Classic ASP apps on IIS shuts down when memory usage goes over 90%

I've got an issue where all classic ASP apps on IIS shut down, when the crowded server exceeds 90% memory usage. This is because ASP apps cannot create new sessions any longer. The ASP.NET apps are ...
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“Forms” authentication is enabled but still see “Unauthorized: Access is denied due to invalid credentials.”

"Forms" authentication is enabled in web.config but I still see: 401 - Unauthorized: Access is denied due to invalid credentials. You do not have permission to view this directory or page using the ...
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Are ASP and ASP.NET entirely separate in IIS 7.5?

This is probably a silly question, but the names are confusing and I can't find a direct answer. There are a lot of limits in the ASP section of the IIS configuration that I might want to tweak (such ...
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Inetmgr.exe not recognized as command

On my Windows 7 machine, I've just installed IIS and it should work, but doesn't! Well, finding it anyway... and when I run inetmgr.exe the command prompt doesn't recognize it. ...
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Administrating Multiple Websites (ASP.NET & ASP)

Scenario I am having 30 applications built using Classic ASP, and 25 applications built using ASP.NET. Currently, they are hosted in a single IIS. Each application is configured as a website. So, ...
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Issues with Classic ASP on IIS7

The project I'm working on is currently using classic ASP running under IIS7. We are considering migrating to ASP.NET for portions of the code, but would still likely have some classic ASPs around ...
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ASP/ASP.NET Best way to handle write permissions?

Say you have a public ASP.NET (or Classic ASP) application on IIS with a script/page that needs to write or update files in a specific folder that is located within the web publishing folder tree. 1) ...
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New Session Failed

We've started to see instances on our Intranet server where for any page the server just responds with the error page 'HTTP/1.1 New Session Failed'. It seems we can fix it by running IISRESET but this ...