Command line recycle IIS Application Pool

## Use appcmd ### List application pool (find the apppool name) ``` C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\appcmd.exe list apppool ==== the result ==== APPPOOL "DefaultAppPool" (MgdVersion:v4.0,MgdMode:Integrated,state:Started) APPPOOL "Classic .NET AppPool" (MgdVersion:v2.0,MgdMode:Classic,state:Started) APPPOOL ".NET v2.0 Classic" (MgdVersion:v2.0,MgdMode:Classic,state:Started) APPPOOL ".NET v2.0" (MgdVersion:v2.0,MgdMode:Integrated,state:Started) APPPOOL ".NET v4.5 Classic" (MgdVersion:v4.0,MgdMode:Classic,state:Started) APPPOOL ".NET v4.5" (MgdVersion:v4.0,MgdMode:Integrated,state:Started) ``` ### Recycle the application pool ``` C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\appcmd.exe recycle apppool ".NET v2.0 Classic" ==== the result ==== ".NET v2.0 Classic" successfully recycled ```



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