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What you've done is told IIS that your Default Web Site is an application in itself. If you want MySite to be the application, you'd need to right-click that folder in IIS and select "Add Application". After that, you'd access the new application using something like http://212.199.xxx.yyy:zzz/MySite (assuming that http://localhost gives the same page as ...
Look at the Handler mappings for that site/directory. You should see an entry for PHP53_via_FastCGI. This should remove the FastCGIModule. ...or you can just add this to your web.config Or you can just add this to your web.config <handlers> <remove name="PHP53_via_FastCGI" /> </handlers> This should work for any handler. Some of ...
Have a look here Set application pool in integrated mode and set that all request run all managed modules <system.webServer> <modules runAllManagedModulesForAllRequests="true"> ... </modules> ... </system.webServer>
Upgrade to the latest version of Siteminder, remove all the ISAPI, move from ClassicMode to IntegratedMode as MVC / WEB API needed then use just CASiteMinderWebagentModule and forget about the whole stupidity around hacking MVC/Webapi because ISAPi and siteminder, MVC/Webapi was never designed to run under ClassicMode.
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