|1.||Click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Internet Services Manager.|
|2.||Click to expand * server name, where server name is the name of the server.|
|3.||Right-click the directory that you want to use as the application starting point, and then click Properties.|
NOTE: You can use the home directory of a Web site as the application starting point.
|4.||In the directory name Properties dialog box (where directory name is the name of the directory that you selected), do one of the following: |
|5.||Under Application Settings, click Create.|
NOTE: If the Create button is not present, a default application has already been specified. In this case, click Remove to remove the default application, and then click Create.
|6.||In the Application name box, type the name of the application that you want. Note that the application starting point is displayed next to Starting point.|
|7.||In the Execute Permissions list, click the level of permissions that you want to give this application. For example, for ASP scripts or Internet Database Connector (IDC) scripts, click Scripts only.|
NOTE: The Scripts only option is more secure than the Scripts and Executables option.
|8.||In the Application Protection list, click High (Isolated), and then click Apply.|
|9.||Click the Documents tab.|
|10.||If your application uses a default document that is not displayed in the document list, click Add.|
|11.||Type the name of the document in the Default Document Name box, and then click OK.|
|12.||Select the newly added document, and then click the up arrow button until the new document is at the top of the document list.|
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