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SNI is not supported in IIS 7.5, and you can't upgrade IIS, because each version of Windows Server comes with its own version of IIS, which can't be changed. You need at least IIS 8, so you need to use at least Windows Server 2012.
Application pools can be recycled by configuration changes; however, I would hope that changing the app pool setting for recycle time would not trigger a recycle (unless the time had elapsed). Therefore, I would guess 10 hours. The best way to find out would probably be to turn on event logging on recycle. I don't know which version of IIS you are running - ...
From what I can see, it appears that you are using two separate SSL certs for www and the root domain. For the root domain (which works) it's a GeoTrust SSL cert with the following SHA1 fingerprint: DF EC DC 43 0F A3 0F 1B 86 72 D2 4E 87 81 D7 5F F4 70 C8 29 For the www domain (which fails) it's a Self Signed cert with the SHA1 fingerprint of: A4 44 C5 ...
If the server does not have a private key associated for the imported certificate the certificate disappears on refresh (and also it won't be available for bindings). You can check in the mmc - Certificates - Personal store, and confirm that the certificate was installed but its missing a private key. If you have a PFX (private key) and password you can ...
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