Question : Application Pool disappeared in IIS 6.0


Windows 2003 R2 Standard, IIS 6.0.
A .NET 2.0 web application was deployed in IIS 6.0 under "Default Web Site" with a dedicated application pool.
Everything was working OK until I decided to change the local path of virtual directory of the web application.
The previous folder was copied from one local path to another before "Local Path :" value was changed to point to the new path.
The default.aspx page is still working fine.
The only problem is its application pool disappeared from "Application Pools" in IIS 6 manager.  
IISReset didn't bring the app pool back.
Any idea how to bring it back?

Thank you for your time.

Answer : Application Pool disappeared in IIS 6.0

Each user gets their own *individual* copy of the front end file on their local machine.
The FE will have "Links" to the BE DB.
Each user will have MS Access installed on their local machines as well.

The BE is on a shared folder on the server.
All users should have full rights to this folder.
The BE database should be in the lowest common format, in your case, Access 2000.

In this case each user can have a shot cut that opens "Their" front end file. (on their local machine)

There is a Database Splitting utility in access to help you do the splitting and automatically creates the links:
Tools-->Database Utilities-->Database Splitter

Does this help?

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