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how we can monitor IIS application pools from sitescope


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Please check IIS server monitor info in Monitor Reference pdf doc. Another option is to use Windows Resource monitor and check perfmon's counters for IIS as discussed here: http://forums.iis.net/t/1174805.aspx?How+to+monitor+performance+of+websites+and+application+pools+
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If you want to know if your IIS pools are up then do so with a Script Monitor for example(I've also asked in the past, but SiS can't get that info it seems).

(possibly awful code, but does the work)

@echo off
set _ComputerName=%1
set params=%1
if [%1]==[] goto afterloop
set params=%params% %1
goto loop


set _ApplicationPoolName=%params%


@echo . | powershell Invoke-Command -ComputerName %_ComputerName% { import-module webadministration; (Get-ItemProperty IIS:\AppPools\\\"%_ApplicationPoolName%\").State.toString() }



(This construct is because app pools can have spaces and that is rather bad when passing as argument)

Pass servername and app pool name, like

yourserver.yourdomain DefaultAppPool

and Match expression as



Hope this helps

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