Get the corresponding SharePoint Services Name of the Application Pool GUID

Get corresponding SharePoint services name of the Application Pool GUID in IIS

In this article, we will explain How to Get the corresponding SharePoint services name of the Application Pool GUID in IIS for SharePoint 2016 and 2013.

SharePoint Services Application Pools in IIS

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Get SharePoint services name of the Application Pool GUID

In SharePoint, I have tried to find the Application Pool of a SharePoint Service Application in IIS manager as shown below:

Application Pool List

As you can see, in IIS Manager, the Application Pools is displayed as GUID instead of the SharePoint Service Name, and I can’t determine which Application Pool is the corresponding pool for the SharePoint Service Application!

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Get Service Name for each Service GUID in IIS Manager

To know what’s the SharePoint Service Application name for each Application Pool GUID in IIS Application Pools, you should do the following:

Get SharePoint Application Pool Service name PowerShell

  • Run SharePoint Management Shell as Administrator.
Run SharePoint Management Shell as Administrator
  • Run “Get-SPServiceApplicationPool” to get the corresponding SharePoint services name of the Application Pool GUID.
Get-SPServiceApplicationPool | select Id, Name
  • Open IIS Manager.
  • Go to Application Pools.
  • Match the Application Pool GUID with the cmdlet output to get corresponding SharePoint Application Pool Service name in IIS as shown below.
SharePoint services name of the Application Pool GUID

Note: the SharePoint Service Application Name in the PowerShell result is the name of SharePoint Service Application in Central Administration.

SharePoint Services Application List

Get SharePoint Application Pool Service Account PowerShell

In the above script, we have learned how to get the corresponding SharePoint services name of the Application Pool GUID.

Here, we’ll show how to get SharePoint Application Pool Service Account using PowerShell by doing the following:

Steps

  • Run SharePoint Management Shell as Administrator.
Run SharePoint Management Shell as Administrator
  • Run “Get-SPServiceApplicationPool” to get the corresponding SharePoint services name and the user Identity of the Application Pool GUID.
Get-SPServiceApplicationPool | select Id, Name, ProcessAccountName

Get SharePoint Application Pool Service Status PowerShell

Run “Get-SPServiceApplicationPool” to get the corresponding SharePoint services name and its status of the Application Pool GUID.

Get-SPServiceApplicationPool | select Id, Name, Status

Get SharePoint Service Application Pool Details PowerShell

You also can use PowerShell to get all details of SharePoint Services Application Pool like

  • SharePoint Service Application Pool GUID.
  • SharePoint Service Application Pool Name.
  • SharePoint Service Application Pool Identity (Process Account Name).
  • SharePoint Service Application Pool Status.
Get-SPServiceApplicationPool | select Id, Name,ProcessAccountName, status| Format-List
Get SharePoint Service Application Name in IIS Manager Using PowerShell

Conclusion

In conclusion, we have learned how to Get the corresponding SharePoint services name of the Application Pool GUID.

Also, we have explored the “Get-SPServiceApplicationPool” to get the SharePoint Service Application Name and its Application Pool GUID, Status and Account Identity.

Applies To
  • SharePoint 2019.
  • SharePoint 2016.
  • SharePoint 2013.
  • SharePoint 2010.
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