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Another Odd Issue When Trying to Upload Images to a MED-V Image Distribution Server


You have dealt with this issue before if you have used MED-V with TrimTransfer. User gets the following error message when trying to upload image to Image Distribution Server from the MED-V Management Console:
 
Failed uploading image to the server. Please verify that the server is configured correctly.
 
Error details: The image file http://servername:80/virtualdirectory/image_name_1.ckm.test already exists on the server. Remove the file from the server and try uploading theimage again.
 
Appropriate CREATOR OWNER access and other permission are also set correctly in spite of this error.
 
The Cause of this is the App Pool running the server side extensions are running under the machine context rather than the user context.
Resolution
On the IIS 7 image distribution server, you will need to change the application pool’s settings to load its identity profile. The command that does this is as follows:
 
“%windir%\sytem32\inetsrv\appcmd set apppool "AppPoolName" -processModel.loadUserProfile:true
This normally does not need to be set as the default value is true.
The "processModel.loadUserProfile" option specifies whether IIS loads the user profile for the application pool identity. Setting this value to false causes IIS to revert to IIS 6.0 behavior. IIS 6.0 does not load the user profile for an application pool identity.
If the IIS server was configured to operate in IIS 6 mode, this may also occur.
NOTE: If you need to make the change on the default app pool, use the following command:
%windir%\system32\inetsrv\appcmd set config /section:applicationPools /[name=’DefaultAppPool’].processModel.loadUserProfile:true
 
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