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Edit Error Pages Settings Dialog Box

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

Use the Edit Error Pages Settings dialog box to return a default error message any time an HTTP error occurs for which there is no predefined error page.

UI Element List

 

Element Name Description

Custom error pages

Under Error Responses, select this option to respond with only custom error pages for both local requests and for requests that are made from other computers.

Detailed errors

Under Error Responses, select this option to respond only with detailed errors for both local requests and for requests that are made from other computers.

CautionCaution
Detailed error messages might display sensitive server information to the client.

Detailed errors for local requests and custom error pages for remote requests

Under Error Responses, select this option to display detailed errors for local requests and custom errors for requests that are made from other computers.

Path

Under Default Page, type or browse for the path of the default error page. Depending on the option you select from the Path type drop-down list, the value that you type in the Path field should be one of the following:

  • If you select File, specify a physical path.

  • If you select Execute URL, specify a URL that is relative to the site root URL.

  • If you select Redirect, type a URL.

Path type

Under Default Page, select one of the following options from the Path type drop-down list:

  • File: The default error is static content, such as from an HTML file.

  • Execute URL: The default error is dynamic content, such as from an ASP file.

  • Redirect: The default error is at a redirection URL.

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