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Posted on 2012-03-26
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Hi,

The attached picture is taken from IIS manager showing two MOSS 2007 servers,

can you tell me if you notice something wrong with shared services application pool on any of the servers . or anything

Thanks
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by:Justin Smith
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Did you intend to run Central Admin on both servers?  If not, something could be wrong.
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yes central admin are runnning on the both servers,,,,what i am wondering why i am not seeing anything under shared services under second server and are shared services application pools seems to be okay?
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Are these servers in the same farm?  Or are these two different farms?
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nope , they are in the same farm
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Sorry!  DIdn't notice you replied.

Since these are in the same farm, everything is probably ok.  What prompted you to ask the question?
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