Application Pools in SharePoint 2010

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In this post we will discuss about various application pools in SharePoint 2010. Also you can check out some of the posts on:

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There are six Application Pools in SharePoint 2010

1. SharePoint Web Services Root
Identity: LocalService
Status: Stopped

2. SharePoint Central Administration v4
Identity: SharePoint Farm Account
Status: Started

3. SharePoint Web Services System (which is named with a GUID)
Identity: SharePoint Farm Account
Status: Started

4. SharePoint – 80
Identity: SharePoint Services Account
Status: Started

5. SharePoint Web Services Default (which is named with a GUID)
Identity: SharePoint Services Account
Status: Started

6. SecurityTokenServiceApplicationPool (which is named with a GUID)
Identity: SharePoint Farm Account
Status: Started

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