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comment Why doesn't shared config on IIS 7.5 replicate app pool identity SIDs?
c.) Yes, someone else who didn't fully understand the problem had made that change to IIS_IUSRS, but that was all he did. It's a red herring.
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comment Why doesn't shared config on IIS 7.5 replicate app pool identity SIDs?
WUSA is a Windows Update service. Those errors are unrelated.
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comment Why doesn't shared config on IIS 7.5 replicate app pool identity SIDs?
a) There are some WUSA errors on both machines. Our sysadmin is looking into that. b) That service is running on both machines with no problem. c) It's a pretty standard cluster setup: DFSR and shared config.
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comment Why doesn't shared config on IIS 7.5 replicate app pool identity SIDs?
Actually, the issue I'm seeing is similar to what this guy asked about, only I'm using shared config.
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comment Why doesn't shared config on IIS 7.5 replicate app pool identity SIDs?
Ok, you're probably right about someone adding those app pool identities to IIS_IUSRS manually. However, the way I can tell the identities don't exist on the second node is that it doesn't resolve "IIS AppPool\<AppPoolName>" as an account when I try to apply file permissions. (We have DFSR set up so content is replicated between the nodes, and this also replicates file permissions.) On one box, I can see the app pool identity's name in the permissions. On the other box, it just shows a SID that it can't resolve to an account name. If I type in the account name, "Check Names" fails.
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