imagesCARU431ZYeah I know, there are a lot of post about this and yes there are all the same. So mine will be the same as every other out there Knipogende emoticon 

When the Web Interface server is rebooted or an iisrest is given the first user who access the Web Interface has to wait longer than normal. In the background different worker process (Application Pools) are started. And the .NET framework does his magic thing.

To speeds up things a little bit, you can disable the check for digital signatures.

Open the file: “C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework (or Framework64)\v2.0.50727\Aspnet.config”

Add the line: <generatePublisherEvidence enabled=”false”/> (Watch out for the “” if you copy/paste the line Knipogende emoticon)


Reboot the server or give a iisreset. Now the first user doesn’’t have to wait Knipogende emoticon

But there is more. If you have a dedicated Web Interface server and the available resources aren’t that important. You can change the default 20 minutes of idle time per Application Pool to, for instance, 60 minutes.


Jeroen Tielen

Experienced Consultant/Architect with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry. Skilled in Citrix, Microsoft, VMware, Ivanti, etc.


Barry · October 19, 2011 at 13:23

Thnx ondanks dat er meer zijn heb ik deze gebruikt:). En natuurlijk de copy paste fout gemaakt!

Jeroen · October 21, 2011 at 09:05

Hahaha goed om te horen dat je de mijne gebruikt Barry 😉

Guido · March 26, 2012 at 20:07

This does not seem to work for me using WI 5.4 on Windows 2008 R2.

Barry Schiffer · January 20, 2014 at 11:57

This change actually kills the propogate changes functionality in StoreFront. Might be good to add some type of a warning;)

    Jeroen · February 28, 2014 at 09:59

    Hi Barry, sorry for the late response. But this is for the webinterface and not storefront 😉 Could work tho, never tested it either 😉

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