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I am a sqlserver developer. I am asked to decommission a .NET application that is no longer used. Can some one help me how to decommission it.Any link is also fine. I tried searching it on Internet but could not find any link
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What do you mean by decommission - Remove or replace?  Also is this a service, application or web-application (which for all intents and purposes is really just a website).

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We have to Remove the application .It is a web application.
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Before you flat-out remove the application in question.  Determine which web server hosts the application and disable the web site.  This way you can ensure that there are no dependencies in place that will break without having a secondary access route.

Once you have established that nothing breaks.  You can delete the website, the application pool (if any and so long as the application pool is not used by another site) and the associated files from the web server.

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Yes we have application pool for the site and it is exclusive to this application.These are the only steps to decommission the application?Please let know.
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