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comment Windows XP IIS5 performance across Network
It's set to be integrated authentication as the user accounts are based on there AD domain account. I was surprised to be prompted for a username and password as I've logged onto the machine with the same details
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comment Windows XP IIS5 performance across Network
It runs really quickly, although I had to enter my domain account details into the browser...
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comment Windows XP IIS5 performance across Network
Using the Universal Tcpip.sys Patch tool, it says: Windows XP Professional SP3 (2600) Limit: Current half open connection upper limit is 10
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comment Windows XP IIS5 performance across Network
The web application uses Windows Authentication, could that be an issue? Even though it runs really quickly accessed through LocalHost on the server?
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comment Windows XP IIS5 performance across Network
I'm not sure if this is what you meant, but if I access the website using the ip address ON the server, it then runs as slow as it does from the other workstations, if I use LocalHost, it is really quick again...
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asked Windows XP IIS5 performance across Network
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comment Is stopping IIS the same as stopping the World Wide Web Publishing service?
sorry for the confusion. in a comment to the question, I answered the method I usually use which is to first stop the application pool...
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comment Is stopping IIS the same as stopping the World Wide Web Publishing service?
typically when just restarting within IIS, I stop the Application pool being used, then restart the website and then start the Application Pool. For locked files or replacing the bin directory, i generally use services.msc to stop the WWW Publlishing service