How to change ASP.Net application pool from SolidCP?

SolidCP allows you to change the ASP.Net application pool of your web applications. In this tutorial, we'll guide you to change the application pool of a website.

  1. Login to SolidCP. SolidCP is located at URL http://your-vps-ip:9001.
  2. Once you are logged into SolidCP, click on All Customers link.

    SolidCP Home

  3. In the next screen, you will see the list of all created users. If you have not created any user yet, you'll see the default admin user there. Click the username link under website is created.

    User List

  4. In the next screen, you will see icons for all the services you can manage from the SolidCP. Under Web & Applications section click Web Sites icon.

    Add Website

  5. In the next screen, you will see the list of previously created websites. Select the website name whose application pool you want to change.

    Select Website

  6. This will open up the Web Site Properties page. Click on Extensions tab.

    Website Properties

  7. At this stage, you will see the drop down menu called ASP.NET. Select your choice of application pool from the drop down menu and click on Save Changes and Exit button.

     Change Version



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