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Error occured in deployment step 'Recycle IIS Application Pool': Provider load failure

Hi!

We encountered this error while deploying web parts to sharepoint through Visual Studio 2010:
Error occured in deployment step 'Recycle IIS Application Pool': Provider load failure

Tried restarting the application pool but still unable to deploy.
How to solve this issue?

Thanks and regards,
FPI Dev Team
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TheMozzCommented:
Have you given this a shot?

If you want to deploy in Visual Studio 2010 project and it fails on the above error message, then simply start Windows Services -> SharePoint 2010 Administration Service. I had this problem after I had to change my password in the domain. I suspect that was possibly hang the old password and thus your rights to access the Application Pool Recycle were not guaranteed.

If you want to deploy a project in Visual Studio 2010 and you get the error mentioned above in the headline, then just go to the windows services -> choose the SharePoint Administration Service in 2010 and restart this one. I had this problem after having to change my password in the domain. I assume it could be, that the old password was still stuck somewhere and I had not the permission to recycle the app pool.
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FPI_DEVTEAMAuthor Commented:
Thanks TheMozz!

We'll try this once we will encounter that same error again, we restarted the server :( yesterday. anyways, we'll get back to you if this solution works or not.
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GreatGermCommented:
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