Doors.WEB - Create Application Pool

Doors.WEB - Create Application Pool

The following only needs to be done if the host PC/Server is running another web application and using the DefaultAppPool - It is an unlikely scenario but the scenario may arise.

  1. Open Internet Information Services/IIS (on a Windows 10 PC type IIS into Cortana)
  2. Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager window will open.
  3. Right-click on Application Pool >> select Add Application Pool > set the name to DoorsWebClient > press OK.

    Add Application Pool

  4. Right-click the newly created DoorsWebClient application pool > select Advanced settings > set enable 32-bit Applications: true > press OK.

    Enable 32-bit App Pool

  5. You will see the Connections tree located on the left of the page.
  6. From the Sites list, right-click on DoorsWebClient.


  7. Select Basic Settings.
  8. Click the Select button, then select the DoorsWebClient as the target Application Pool.

    Select DNET App Pool

  9. Close IIS Manager.

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