Error updating the administration application pool credentials sharepoint

I had previously provisioned my Share Point Server 2013 farm using Cloud Share’s pre-configured templates, that come ready with automated package installation, and snapshots.

The lab set up was simple and fast and took me under 5 minutes to provision and under 1 minute to restore it from hibernation. That quickly vanished when I came to open my site, only to find out that the website cannot display the page due to an HTTP 500 Internal Server Error! First thing I tried to do is open Share Point Central Administration, to see if I get the same error message.

Provision Iis Web Site(String server Comment, String[] server Bindings, String[] secure Bindings, Authentication Methods authentication Methods, String[] authentication Providers, String path, Access Flags access Flags, String application Name, String application Pool Id, String[] script Maps, String ssl Certificate Subject Name) at Microsoft.

Provision Iis Web Site(String server Comment, String[] server Bindings, String[] secure Bindings, Int32 authentication Methods, String[] authentication Providers, String path, Int32 access Flags, String application Name, String application Pool Id, String[] script Maps, String ssl Certificate Subject Name)---------If you open Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager you will probably also see pretty much nothing, just empty tree with empty Internet Information Services node and nothing under it.

Today I worked on configuring forms based authentication for Share Point 2010.

Using forms based authentication automatically means using claims based authentication in Sharepoint 2010.

I'll explain what the correct configuration is, why it's correct, and how to correct the setting in your farm.

Additionally the following error codes are logged (NOTE: These are translated from German): APPLICATION LOG: ------------------------------- The update cannot be started because there is no access to the content sources. Context: Application 'Shared Services1' Catalog 'Portal_Content' SECURITY LOG: ------------------------------- The application pool "Sharepoint - Intranet80" has been disabled.Over the past year and a half of installing Share Point 2010, I've seen quite a few configuration mistakes, mostly at my own hands.In this article, I'll cover 10 of these errors.Strangely, I was able to open Central Administration without any errors.I opened IIS Manager to make sure Share Point – 80 Application Pool was running, and I noticed that Security Token Service Application Pool application pool was stopped.

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