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IIS7 Classic ASP.NET vs Integrated Pipeline Application Pool

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  1. Eric Duncan
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    15 Oct 2009
    18 Oct 2009
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    Hello:

    I was reading the instructions for the manual install and noticed that it requires Classic ASP.NET mode. 

    Could you explain the reasons why this is required instead of Integrated mode?

    Thank you,
    -Eric
  2. Radoslav Georgiev
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    19 Oct 2009
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    Hello Eric Duncan,

    Thank you for contacting Telerik Support.

    The Classic ASP.NET mode is required for the Sitefinity Project Manager, since it is an IIS 6.0 application. However any Sitefinity websites you create can be run in the default app pool (Integrated Pipeline mode). You need this the classic app pool set only for the virtual directory/webiste which you have pointed to the project manager.

    I hope that this will answer your question. If you need more information, please feel free to contact Telerik Support.

    Best wishes,
    Radoslav Georgiev
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  3. Barry
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    30 Aug 2010
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    Hi Radoslav,

    I have discovered what appears to be a bug with the Integrated pipeline vs. Classic mode setting in IIS7.

    After setting up a new site in IIS7, I found that when logging into the admin site (http:www.domain.com/sitefinity/admin), I could log in successfully, but would always be redirected to the login page (...sitefinity/login.aspx), instead of the expected redirect to the dashboard (...sitefinity/admin/default.aspx). I checked the IIS default documents and DID have default.aspx listed under ...sitefinity/admin, however the default document was not being recognized. I could, however, reach the dashboard by entering the complete url in the browser (...sitefinity/admin/default.aspx) after a failed login redirect.

    After changing to "Classic" mode, this problem goes away. You may want to look into this for a future release.

    Thanks,

    Barry
  4. Radoslav Georgiev
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    31 Aug 2010
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    Hello Barry,

    I have been looking at the issue described by you, however was not able to reproduce. Can you please take at your authentication settings for the website in IIS. When the website is created you should only have Anonymous and Forms authentication methods enabled. All other methods should be disabled.

    Best wishes,
    Radoslav Georgiev
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  5. nisha
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    28 Feb 2013
    01 Mar 2013
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    Hello,

    How to create asp.net project with sitefinity?

    Please guide me my email id is nishaocp@gmail.com

    It's very urgent.

    Thanks,

    Nisha

     

     

  6. Pavel Benov
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    05 Mar 2013
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    Hi Nisha,

    Please follow the instructions on creating a project in Sitefinity from our Documentation

    All the best,
    Pavel Benov
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