IIS7 and custom file extensions - don't work in 32 bit mode
I've been searching all over for a solution but can't seem to fix this.
Running IIS7 on a Win7 64 bit OS (development only)
I am using Classic ASP and added a custom file extension to run as an ASP file. This works fine using the DefaultAppPool with Enable 32-Bit Applications set to FALSE.
The problem is, I need to run a 32 bit .DLL object which won't run unless 32 bit is enabled in the pool.
So, I can run the 32bit DLL using standard ASP file extensions OR I can run my custom file extensions and not the object but I can't do both.
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