PowerShell Script: Match SharePoint Service to Application Pool (w3wp process)

A little while ago, I wrote a post on Determining which w3wp process goes to which SharePoint Service. I have since decided to create a PowerShell script which encapsulates the entire process into one simple command! There it is! The script grabs the running SharePoint services, the running IIS application pools and matches them up.... Continue Reading →

Determining which w3wp process goes to which SharePoint service

This post was originally posted on SharePoint 365, which has since been retired. SharePoint runs its service applications on IIS application pools, which in turn creates multiple w3wp processes running on your servers. When looking at Task Manager, you will see a long list of w3wp processes. Similar to   As you can see in... Continue Reading →

SharePoint 2010 Form cannot be rendered

The form cannot be rendered. This may be due to a misconfiguration of the Microsoft SharePoint Server State Service. For more information, contact your server administrator. If you're getting this error, chances are you haven't added the state service. To add the state service, you need to run some PowerShell commands, I created a small... Continue Reading →

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