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I've struggled and struggled with this. I have stopped my website running on port 80 and WebDav works fine. As long as I create a seperate site for WebDav and have it running on a different port then both my website AND WebDav work! Yay, I'm golden. I hope this helps someone else.


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Please use AdvancedLogging64.msi /qn sometimes you have to be specific with the installers to have no gui


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You should be able to use AdvancedLogging64.msi /passive


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Consider GC as well. The algorithm behind GC is very mysterious, so GC may run when you might not think that it should.


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My solution: apparently a host header with an underscore messes IE up big time. Cookies won't work and mixed mode auth + integrated app pool mode either. Solution: Access the website with another host header that does not contain an underscore and problem goes away!


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Well you need to enable IIS Configuration Auditing. 1) Navigate to the target server where Internet Information Services (IIS) is installed. 2) Start Event Viewer (Click Start / Run type eventvwr.msc and press Enter) 3) Navigate to the following node: Event Viewer / Applications and Services Logs / Microsoft / Windows / IIS-Configuration 4) Right click ...


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If you want to set up a Linux service/application to authenticate to an IIS service endpoint, you can get the Linux box to authenticate to an IIS hosted windows site like this: Ensure your IIS Site windows authentication providers are set in this order for Windows Auth: NTLM Negotiate Create a Principal for the account you want to authenticate as: Login ...


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To answer the comments on the original question, storage was fine and everything else normal. I even started a temporary node js server to test network speed and it was blazing fast. No updates were installed prior to the reboot (there were 2 months earlier). The answer ended up being to restart the machine a second time. It just "fixed itself". Always ...


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The easiest way to workaround this issue immediately is probably just to increase the interval that your script runs to something like every hour or every half hour. But that doesn't satisfy the need to understand what's really happening. Unfortunately, I don't have any IIS 7.0 boxes or VMs handy. But my gut says there's still something in the App Pool ...


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My solution to this error had two parts: (from @icc97's answer) -- double-click on php-cgi.exe in your PHP folder to make sure it can start up ok. Turns out that my index.php file was really named index.php.htm (turn off "hide file extension names")



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