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No Managed Code application pool option


JimJams
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Hi,
In the upcoming version could you please add an extra option of "No Managed Code" to the Website > Extensions > ASP.NET version dropdown.
Some users need this to run .Net Core in their application pools.

Many thanks.

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Marco Tiggelaar
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Hello,

We have looked into this feature request already.

We agree it has to be made, but to create it isn't as simple as you would think.

the IIS codes are heavily intertwined with many other services, and the app pool selection code is spread out over many different pieces for codes.

Code wise it means a pretty heavy overhaul of IIS codes (which is something we are planning but not yet working on it for this version due to more presidenting issues that needed to be fixed).

Regards,

Marco

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Dan Petru
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Hi.

The "No Managed Code" setting is optional for hosting .NET Core Web Applications. I am not sure what are the performance implications but it will work.

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beckhamk
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I can confirm that with dotnet core 2.0 web hosting installer that you can leave the framework setting set.  Our code ran without issue.

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mikernet
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Are there any plans to address this soon, or is there some configuration I can use in IIS on Windows Server 2019 that lets ASP.NET Core apps work without having to manually set "No managed code" on the app pool? That's the only way I can get ASP.NET Core apps to run.

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