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system.applicationHost Section Group [IIS Settings Schema]

IIS 7.0

NoteNote:

For more information about the applicationHost element, see the following topic on the Microsoft IIS.net Web site: <system.ApplicationHost>.

Contains global configuration settings that are used by Windows Process Activation Service (WAS) in IIS 7.

The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements for this section.

Attributes

None.

Child Elements

Element

Description

applicationPools

Optional element.

Contains default configuration settings for all application pools on the server and defines configuration settings for specific application pools.

configHistory Optional

Specifies the configuration history settings for a server.

customMetadata

Optional element.

Contains settings that are used internally by the Admin Base Object (ABO) mapper component of IIS 7.

listenerAdapters

Optional element.

Specifies configuration settings for listener adapters, which are components that establish communication between non-HTTP protocol listeners and WAS.

log

Optional element.

Specifies the logging mode for a server.

serviceAutoStartProviders

Specifies a collection of managed assemblies that will be loaded when the AlwaysRunning is specifed for an applocation pool's startMode.

Note: This element was added in IIS 7.5.

sites

Optional element.

Defines all sites on the server, and all applications and virtual directories in those sites.

webLimits

Optional element.

Configures TCP/IP connection and bandwidth limits.

Parent Elements

Element

Description

configuration

Specifies the root element in every configuration file that is used by IIS 7.

For more information about the applicationHost element, see the following topic on the Microsoft IIS.net Web site: <system.ApplicationHost>.

Configuration locations

ApplicationHost.config

Requirements

Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) version 7.0

IIS 7.5

The serviceAutoStartProviders element was added in IIS 7.5.

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