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    What is new in Internet Information Server 6.0
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    What's new in IIS 6.0 (Devx)

    Part I
    http://www.devx.com/webdev/Article/17085/1954?pf=true


    Part II -
    A Practical Administrative Guide

    http://www.devx.com/webdev/Article/17400/1954?pf=true
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    Internet Information Server 6/0 Documentation
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    Here is the link to Internet Information Server 6.0 documentation.

    http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/iis/6/all/proddocs/en-us/default.mspx

    I am plowing through some of it right now to find out more about application pooling.

    Here is the home page for all of the Microsoft Product documentation:

    http://www.microsoft.com/technet/itsolutions/proddocs/default.mspx

    The first thing I can tell you is that you need to be running Windows 2003 to run IISAdmin for IIS 6.0. The 5.0 admin tool can connect to 6.0, but many of the features will be missing. There are some admin tools usable on Windows XP Pro SP1, which are shipped on the Windows 2003 CD. These tools cannot be installed on Windows 2000.
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    All About IIS 6.0 Application pools
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    Application Pools allow you to separate multiple web applications on an single Ineternet Information Services 6.0 web server. They all run a separate w3wp.exe process in task manager.

    Here is a little more information about them.

    Which w3wp.exe process belongs to which App Pool in IIS6

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    Along with Windows Server 2003 and Internet Information Services 6.0 came a large number of benefits. For us IIS admins, it was a great welcome set of changes. But, one apparent difficultly is matching up the w3wp.exe processes displayed in Task Manager to the Application Pools in IIS.
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    IIS 6.0 0 Which w3wp.exe belongs to which pool (IISApp.vbs)?
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    IISApp.vbs lists all the applications, their process Identification number (PID) and their Application Pool name.

    The script is loaded in systemroot\system32 on Windows Server 2003 so simply go to your Command Prompt and type in
    Code:
    iisapp.vbs
    (the .vbs is optional) and you will have an instant list of all the App Pool information. You may need to type
    Code:
    cscript iisapp.vbs

    if CScript isn't your default WSH script host.

    Here is an example of the output for IISApp.vbs:

    Code:
    W3WP.exe PID: 1234 AppPoolId: AppPoolForSite1
    W3WP.exe PID: 1235 AppPoolId: AppPoolForSite2
    W3WP.exe PID: 1236 AppPoolId: AppPoolForSite3


    Microsoft documents this
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