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comment App pools recycling for no reason
+1 for now... this last part will take some time to work out since it depends on domain security and I don't have access there.
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comment App pools recycling for no reason
ok, that got me a bit further... Now I get "Event message: Application is shutting down. Reason: A subdirectory in the Bin application directory was changed or renamed." event in the Event Viewer. Funny thing is, there are no subdirectories in the bin folder...
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comment Understanding IUSR_<machine> account
I looked over you link (an links inside it) and all that is telling me is to disable write access for IUSR account, without really any good reason. As per issue in my original post that is not acceptable. On the other hand I found this blogs.msdn.com/b/david.wang/archive/2005/08/20/… which confirmed exactly what I thought. It is pretty safe to give IUSR permission to write to web folder (assuming application itself is not injectable in any way).
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comment Understanding IUSR_<machine> account
As per my original post I am dealing with ASP sites, not ASP.NET. Updated my question to be more clear.
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