OS: Windows 7
IIS : 7.5
When you are starting to fall every 1.5 minute with a message
“The web server process that was being debugged has been terminated by Internet Information Services (IIS). This can be avoided by configuring Application Pool ping settings in IIS. See help for further details.”
It means that you need to configure the App Pool:
run –> inetmgr –> enter –> click on App Pool -> right-click on App –> set Application Pool Defaults –> just change everything with (seconds) to 900 instead of 90.
On a new computer we’ve added all the frameworks and so on ,but still got a message from Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 – “Unable to start debugging on the web server. The web server could not find the requested resource. Click Help for more information. “
In our project it was Web Application ( MVC ) using WCF .
We just upgraded to WINDOWS 7 and started working with IIS 7.5 .
So the message was not to evident. We’ve remembered that in IIS 6 in Windows XP it had a problem with .mvc extentions.
So we figured we are missing the MIME TYPES . We had .mvc extention configured , so we’ve checked what extentions are missing and found out it was .svc
In order to resolve this you need to run “\%windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v3.0\Windows Communication Foundation\ServiceModelReg.exe -i”. It will create required .svc mapping.
check that you have the extentions needed in Handler Mappings of the default web site