64-bit Editions of IIS
IIS in SySWoW Mode
Unable to run IIS 7 in 32-bit... even with a simple ASP.NET (default....
Last post Nov 09, 2010 11:45 AM by lextm
Nov 09, 2010 04:41 AM|georgemrk|LINK
In the attempt to run an ASP.NET application that uses Access 2003 as one of its databases I was unable to run the application pool in 32 bit. To simplify troubleshooting of the 500.19 error (which I could not figure out) I decided to build a simple website
with only a default.aspx page wihtVS2008. It runs fine in the default appPool settings (enable 32-bit = false) and (pipeline mode = Integrated). However, running in 32-bit=true and pipeline = classic (and even tried integrated) I get 500.19 (0x800700c1).
In fact, under the 32 bit setting even the default Web Site (showing the IIS7 intro page) fails.
Something is not running right since I would expect SBS 2008 R2 to run in 32-bit mode without this type of problem right out of the box. I am on the verge of falling back on Server 2008 32-bit since the hours I've spent trying to solve this problem have
gone beyond what I would consider reasonable.
Is this a normal symptom of newbies using IIS in a 64 bit environment? Any hints as to what I should try would be appreciated.
Nov 09, 2010 11:45 AM|lextm|LINK