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rashed
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Hi, 

 

How I can enable ASP.NET Core Extension like this one : 

 

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SolidCP setting application pools

 

Thanks

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Trevor Robinson
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Hello,

There is no dotnet core option on Windows server. If you have dotnet core installed then it will work no matter the asp.net version.

Regards,

Trevor

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TechGuy
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According to MS, to use .net core you need to set .net to none.

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TechGuy
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surely we could rename or change the naming on the asp.net 1.1 option and get it to set the app pool to no managed code, Im sure this is the way these guys did it. as it is solidcp that they are using.

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Marco Tiggelaar
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Actually the need to set to no managed code isn't required.

It is optional as the asp.net coreCLR is included into the app and therefor doesn't need the asp.net run time.

At most it could save some resources but it will not affect asp.net core app functionalities no matter what you set there.

Renaming asp.net 1.1 isn't exactly how it works, as you can name the application pools whatever in your website settings config, it's about the codes behind it that need to be adapted and ideally fully rewritten as there's no need to create 2 - 4 application pools per site (something it does now) rather then just swap the one application pool version. 

However as this is a large rewrite and no contibutor had the time for it yet it has not been done so far. 

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