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Windows 2003 IIS error event ID 2262

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Hi,

I am getting a dead lock error on our IIS server.  Usually this is caused when an ASP.NET 2.0 control has multiple duplicate properties.  In this case our web developer says that there are no duplicate properties in his code.

Is there a better solution for this?
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OK, made some adjustments on the IIS server and it seems to be working now.

In the DeaafultAppPool under Recycling I unchecked recycle worker processes (in minutes) and enabled maximum used memory (in megabytes) to 60% of the physical memory size.  In my case it was 1800

Thank you for your help
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