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Last post Feb 10, 2012 03:38 AM by sachin_07
Feb 08, 2012 10:27 AM|LINK
I was trying to configure the session timeout for my Web Application and encountered some difficulties with IIS7.
We are using "Use URI" mode for our Session State (and changing that is not an option).
When run locally the configuration in the web.config seems to work fine:
<sessionState cookieless="UseUri" timeout="120"/>
But when the application is deployed in the IIS the session timeout must be configured again in the IIS (or in the IIS exclusively?).
In the Session State configuration in the IIS menu when I select Mode: "Use URI" the Time-out field gets disabled, so I'm not able to configure the Session timeout and I'm stuck with the default value.
So here comes my question:
Is there any way to configure the session timeout in IIS when using "Use URI" mode?
Feb 10, 2012 03:38 AM|LINK
Go to IIS, right click on Application pools > Properties > 2nd Tab Performance > increase time to 120 (Default 20min) from Shutdown worker processes after being Idle for (time in minutes)