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Normally the last thing you want is for your web application to be offline. In the 24/7/365 world of the Internet, users expect your site to be available whenever they want to use it. Many of the improvements in the latest versions of ASP.NET and IIS have helped make this goal a reality, and these days it's not uncommon for sites to achieve upwards of 99.9% uptime. That being said, there are times when it's either desirable or necessary to take an ASP.NET application offline.

Just because you take an application offline doesn't necessarily mean your site is down. You might be dealing with an application that represents one small part of your site or maybe you've implemented a web farm and requests can be handled by other servers. This article discusses a technique to simplify taking a single application offline. How taking that application down affects your site depends on the site's specific architecture and configuration.

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