I did not see this before.
Excerpts from my doc (same for pollers) minus the web piece. substitute .net 4.6 with the correct version, I am in the process of updating my docs.
The following Operating System Changes were made for the web to work, ensure hidden folders can be viewed:
NOTE: The above changes were made based off this document: https://support.solarwinds.com/Success_Center/Network_Performance_Monitor_ (NPM)/Orion_Web_Console_response_is_slow.
Below are the pre and post IIS configurations that are required for SolarWinds Management Server
The roles and features of the OS are modified for IIS in the following ways:
The following configurations are modified using the IIS Manager GUI. Where ever possible changes will be applied globally meaning in the connections dropdown list on the server name rather than a specific web site. There may be times specific configurations are required as designated by IIS. See graphic below for graphic portrayal of “global”: throughout IIS references.
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This section describes the global settings in the IIS Manager GUI for both .net and IIS. The baseline for no changes is compared to the PaaS Image that was received. This documents any changes to that image.
NOTE: The first time modifying IIS Manager a pop up will appear asking “do you want to get started with Microsoft Web Platform to stay connected with latest Web Platform Components? Select “no” and Do not show this message. This tries to go to the internet and cause a long delay before you can do anything.
NOTE: If a setting needs to change from false to true, remove the false and re-add to allow. The only two items in the list set to true by the default build are is “.” And “.html”
NOTE: The above changes were made based off these documents: https://thwack.solarwinds.com/docs/DOC-187924 and https://support.solarwinds.com/Success_Center/Network_Performance_Monitor_(NPM)/IIS_handler_mapping_...
The default applications pools can be verified before install. The SolarWinds created app pool cannot be verified or modified until post installation. The list below shows the changes from baseline or the configuration of the new applications:
My no changes in the IS configurations comes from a standard build based on the DISA release of Windows with IIS.
If its not to late I hope this helps.
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