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I have windows web server 2008 and IIS7.

In my IIS7, several weeks ago, I received instructions to setup my Application Pools Managed Pipeline to Classic, from Integrated.

Now, I don't remember where I was told to do that or why I did that.

Can someone tell me why someone would do that?

thanks.
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Hi Bob,

You go: IIS Manager > Application Pools > (Select one) Basic Settings > Managed Pipeline Mode.

Why you'd do that? Well, I think that there are many good reasons, but have a look at this link, it summarises them pretty well:

http://learn.iis.net/page.aspx/244/how-to-take-advantage-of-the-iis7-integrated-pipeline/


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