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IIS error 2307

Posted on 2013-06-12
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Just want to pull up //localhost on my W7 machine... I get Error 503 Service not available.

In the event log I see error 2307 where the worker process for application pool DefaultAppPool cannot access, due to permissions, c:\inetpub\temp\apppools\DefaultAppPool\DefaultAppPool.config

Any thoughts?
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by:lauchangkwang
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It seems that you are not the administrator of the machine, try to make yourself as an administrator to the machine.

If you are under company domain with administrator right restricted, you may need to ask the admin to add the permission for your account to that file / folder in order to access.
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classnet earned 0 total points
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Figured it out... some how IIS_USRS did have permission to the Inetpu/temp folder
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by:classnet
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Figured out myself
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