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Windows 2003 Server and the aspnet_wp.exe process

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I don't currently have an installation of Windows 2003 server, or I could
answer this myself.
After having a client install ASP.NET on Windows 2003, I then tried to find
the aspnet_wp.exe process but he claims it's not here. Now at first I
didn't beleive him, however, I wondered if now that Asp.Net is integrated
into IIS in WIndows 2003, is there a separate process?
In the end, what I want to find out is, on a default installation of ASP.NET
on Windows 2003 Server, what is the name of the user that is executing the
asp.net code? I want to be able to grant permissions, etc. using that user
account? Is it just System? Does an ASPNET user exist in WIndows 2003?

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks,
-Cliff


Jul 21 '05 #1
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This is a classic ASP newsgroup none of that .NET stuff here. The .NET
newsgroups all have a dotnet in the name.

Cliff Harris wrote:
I don't currently have an installation of Windows 2003 server, or I could
answer this myself.
After having a client install ASP.NET on Windows 2003, I then tried to find
the aspnet_wp.exe process but he claims it's not here. Now at first I
didn't beleive him, however, I wondered if now that Asp.Net is integrated
into IIS in WIndows 2003, is there a separate process?
In the end, what I want to find out is, on a default installation of ASP.NET
on Windows 2003 Server, what is the name of the user that is executing the
asp.net code? I want to be able to grant permissions, etc. using that user
account? Is it just System? Does an ASPNET user exist in WIndows 2003?

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks,
-Cliff


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