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This will open a dialog box listing the advanced settings for the selected application pool
(Figure 2.49). In the Process Model section, the Identity field lists the user account the
application pool is using for its identity. In this case, because you did a Standalone installation, the
SharePoint-80 Web Site is using the Network Services account. So if SharePoint-80 needs to access
its content database or do any other function, it does so using the Network Services account.
FIGURE 2.49
Advanced Settings
for application pool
identity
There are several application pools with long GUIDs. Unsurprisingly, they belong to the
applications under Web Services. There is an easy way to figure out which application pool
goes with which application.
Back in the connections pane, select the application under the Web Services IIS Web Site that
you’d like to check, and then click Advanced Settings in the action pane. This will open a dialog
box with the application pool listed in the first field. If the name is such a long string of characters
that you can’t see all of it (and if the first 12 or so don’t help), you might need to click the ellipsis
button (...) to bring up a small dialog box that more clearly shows the full name. My example is the
application that is using the long GUID as a name (which I know is for the BDC), and I did pull up
the small dialog box just so you could see the full name of the application pool (Figure 2.50). In the
Advanced Settings dialog box, the virtual path matches the GUID name for the BDC application.
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