share|improve this answer answered May 14 '09 at 5:23 onedozenbagels 1,41011321 1 This is a better answer than the accepted answer because it explains why you'd want to do this. Click OK button to start installation. In your web.config add:
windows-10 isapi iis-10 share|improve this question asked Nov 2 '15 at 17:23 Cary Jensen 1,9291838 add a comment| 1 Answer 1 active oldest votes up vote 6 down vote accepted Perhaps All-Star 70248 Points 10442 Posts Re: Tell IIS to load dll from another directory not Bin ? My experience with configuration of II6 was not enough.ThanksAceto 7:53 AM Anonymous said...
If I delete the dll and re-add it, it works fine for another length of time, and later stops working again. Blog Sign in Join ASP.NET Home Get Started Learn Hosting Downloads Community Overview Community Spotlight Articles of the Day What's new Community Blogs ASP.NET Team Events Hall Of Fame MSDN Samples This is because the ISAPI DLL invoked will cache in the application pool. Appcmd List Modules Awesome Job!Mike Rozlog 2:01 PM Anonymous said...
Type in a name and choose theClassic pipeline. Iis Native Modules web.config ? For more information about the classes, methods, or properties associated with this procedure, see the IIS WMI Provider Reference on the MSDN site. https://www.iis.net/configreference/system.webserver/globalmodules/add Go to the "Handler Mappings" setting on your virtual directory and click the "Feature Permissions" Action on the right side.
Do you also know how to run IIS as a proccess and not as Service?[ ]sDuran 7:17 AM Chau Chee Yang said... Exceptions to feature requirements Only server administrators can add native modules to the Web server. Reply overule None 0 Points 38 Posts Re: Tell IIS to load dll from another directory not Bin ? I am trying to tell ASP.NET to load all dll from a custom folder not the default /Bin folder. Iis Modules List
Can i do that with the code you gave ? This is not pure Windows 7 specific: on Windows server 2008 you can follow the same things (OK, it's IIS7/7.5 to on that platform ;)To bad I already figured this out The System32 directory is always in the path, so putting the unmanaged dlls there always works, but I would recommend adding some other folder to the path and then adding the Perhaps anyone has an idea? 10:42 PM Antoniazzi said...
I read somewhere you can put something like this in your web.config file but not working for me.
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share|improve this answer answered Dec 5 '08 at 17:38 jlew 7,4681949 Could you link to where I can get DEPENDS? –James McMahon Dec 5 '08 at 20:42 Hi. All-Star 70248 Points 10442 Posts Re: Tell IIS to load dll from another directory not Bin ? Any help would be greatly appritiated I have been working on this for upward of 10 hours so far.
share|improve this answer answered Dec 5 '08 at 20:31 Matt 493212 1 Here's an answer without needing to pollute the system32 folder: stackoverflow.com/a/4598747/92756 –Felix Alcala Jul 1 '13 at 13:17 Why didn't Doctor Strange use the Eye of Agamotto to heal his hands? Choose the alias, application pool, and physical path.