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Restart Website in IIS 7.5

Posted on 2014-03-27
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Hi Experts,
I did some changes to my web.config file.  It looks like it still not taking my changes.  I am trying to restart the website.  That should fix the problem.  But I don't know how to do that.  I am in IIS 7.5 installed in Windows 2008 R2.  Any idea?  Thank you a lot in advance.
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iisreset /noforce from the command line will do it for all sites on that server.

Or simply go to run type in inetmgr - expand sites - click on your website - look to the right and you will see a link to restart.
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Changing web.config automatically restarts the web site.
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Thank you Craig!
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