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Is this an internal Web Server? if it is I see no reason why it shouldn't be domain joined. as long as you keep up to date with Patching / Monitoring / best practices. lots of Server 2012 R2 roles that are domain joined use IIS, From RMS and Federation services to Work Folders. I don't know about your specific app are there might be other reasons why it ...


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The base server OS itself doesn't need IIS, but I just followed the configuration wizard for Essentials 2012 R2 and following the defaults, it creates several sites and applications: Whether you need all this, depends on how you are using the server, if you don't think you need anything, you can stop all three sites and create a new site for your own ...


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If you really, really need the worker process to struggle through it, you can disable the Ping feature in Advanced App Pool properties, which is how I assume IIS is detecting the App Pool has become nonresponsive. You'd want to be sure that your worker process is going to recover, though, as Ping-based recycling is the seatbelt which means you don't need to ...



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