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OWA (2010) Virtual Directories & ASP.NET Inheritance

Posted on 2011-09-19
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We have a single web server that hosts a few websites.  On this server, we have a 3rd party SSL certificate, associated with one of the websites.

I removed the OWA virtual directories in the default website and moved them into the site with the SSL Certificate.

Long story short, the site that everything was moved into is very ASP.NET heavy with multiple applications running *(NOPCommerce, etc).  - And go figure, OWA isn't very happy.

Would anybody know how to block inheritance of settings from the primary site to the OWA virtual directory for the web.config or somthing similar?
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You just have to add new application pools and assign those app pools to OWA virtual directories... that's it!

If you don't know how to do this please have a reference guide here:http://czetsuya-tech.blogspot.com/2011/02/server-application-unavailable-on-iis.html
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It will run a separate worker process for your virtual directories....
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Thank you very much for the information.

My apologies it took a bit to respond here, as there have been a few other issues that have come up / been resolved since this EE question.

I will dig into your link when time permits, and I'm sure it's actually fairly simple to accomplish what you're explaining.

Thanks again for the assistance.
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