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Set Localized Custom Error Path Dialog Box

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

Use the Set Localized Custom Error Path dialog box to configure the path of localized error files.

UI Element List

 

Element Name Description

Root directory path

Type the physical path of the root directory of the localized error files. The root directory path is the part of the path before the locale directory, such as EN-US. For example, if the full path of the error files for the EN-US locale is d:\errors\EN-US\messages\404.htm, you type d:\errors.

Browse

Opens the file menu from which you can browse for the path.

Relative file path

Type the relative physical path of the localized error file. The relative file path is the part of the path after the locale directory, such as EN-US. For example, if the full path of the error files for the EN-US locale is d:\errors\EN-US\messages\404.htm, you type \messages\404.htm.

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