From Classic to Integrated mode in IIS

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Currently I'm using IIS 7.5 and some of the columns in its log file such cs-username, s-sitename, s-computename, s-event and more are NOT logged. All left empty in value.

I just learned there are two types of mode for IIS operation as classic and integrated so now assuming if my IIS is in classic mode then how can I switch to integrated mode?

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Let's say that you have converted your app to Application,

Go to IIS, click on Application Pools.


Click on it, click Edit Settings

To your right, see a your website and double-click on it.

You should see manage pipeling dropdown.

Change it there.

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Thanks. what if your app is developed using PHP?
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It doesn't matter if it is php, classic asp, or .net as long as you created an app pool for each, you should be able to see that dropdown.

If you don't see it with your php, then you need to go back to app poll, right-click on it, create an app and associate your php with it and then follow the steps described.

But then again, the php question is unrelated to your original question. I say this because I am not sure what php has to do with integrated vs. classic mode.

Check out this link for further read on php and integrated mode:

http://www.iis.net/learn/get-started/introduction-to-iis/introduction-to-iis-architecture

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Thank you!

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