by   February 16 2011   
Changing the time for your Applications Pool Recycling for remote workplace. Remote Workplace was not designed to be a 24/7 connection. The Application Pool needs to be recycled to keep things going in your IIS server environment. You can change the time but the pool will need to be recycled at least once every 24 hours.

Changing your applications pool.

Changing the time for your Applications Pool Recycling for remote workplace. Remote Workplace was not designed to be a 24/7 connection. The Application Pool needs to be recycled to keep things going in your IIS server environment. You can change the time but the pool will need to be recycled at least once every 24 hours.

To setup a different time that your application pool recylces click on the application pool then select properties and set the DefaultAppPool time to recycle to a time you would like.

I have a VB script that I hope will soon be a PowerShell script that monitors the applicaiton pool and recycles it only when it is found not to be responding. Later when I do a little digging I'm sure I'll be able to find the settings to disable the application recycle process (in the NT4 days) an use an external script to handle the process.

 

Changing the time for your Applications Pool Recycling for remote workplace. Remote Workplace was not designed to be a 24/7 connection. The Application Pool needs to be recycled to keep things going in your IIS server environment. You can change the time but the pool will need to be recycled at least once every 24 hours.