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How to Locate application pool for VS 2010

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Hi,

This is follow to previous post. How do I locate the application pool?
Try the following

Install AccessDatabaseEngine from http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=13255

In the application pool change the settings to allow 32 bit applications and set the "Managed pipeline mode" to Classic

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Victor
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Select the website and click "Basic Settings..."

In IIS 7 that can be found in the Actions pane on the right side.
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Hi.
This is a windows application using VS 2010

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Victor
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