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IIS Manager Permissions Page

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

Use the IIS Manager Permissions feature page to manage IIS Manager users, Windows users, and members of Windows groups that are allowed to connect to a site or an application. Users can configure delegated features in any sites and applications to which you grant them permission from the IIS Manager Permissions page.

This feature is available only for server connections. When you open the feature at the server level in IIS Manager, you can view the users who are granted permission to all sites and applications on the Web server, and you can select a user to remove the user's permission to a site or an application. To grant a user permission to a site or an application, you must select the site or application and then open the IIS Manager Permissions feature to configure the users who are allowed to connect to that site or application.

Sort the list by clicking one of the feature page column headings or select a value from the Group by drop-down list to group similar items.

UI Element List

The following tables describe the UI elements that are available on the feature page and in the Actions pane.

Feature Page Elements

 

Element Name Description

Name

Displays the user name that is used to connect to sites or applications in IIS Manager.

Path

Displays the path of the object that the administrator can manage. For example, the path might be a site name, such as Default Web Site, or the path of an application in the default Web site, such as Default Web Site/calendar.

Level

Displays the level of the administrator. The possible values are Site or Application.

Type

Displays the type of credentials that the administrator uses. The value can be:

  • Windows Group: if the user is a member of a Windows group on the server.

  • Windows User: if the user is a Windows user on the server.

  • IIS Manager User: if the user is not a Windows user or a member of any Windows groups on the server. IIS Manager credentials are specific to IIS, and they are not recognized by Windows or by any other applications on the server.

Actions Pane Elements

 

Element Name Description

Allow User

Opens the Allow User dialog box in which you can select a user to grant them permission to connect to a site or an application.

Deny User

Removes the selected user from the IIS Manager Permissions list.

Show all users

Displays users at the current level and lower levels.

Show only site users or Show only application users

Displays users at only the current level.

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