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Add or Edit Application Dialog Box

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

Use the Add Application and the Edit Application dialog boxes to add an application to a site, or to edit an existing application. An application is a grouping of files that delivers content or provides services over protocols, such as HTTP. In addition to belonging to a site, an application belongs to an application pool, which isolates the application from applications in other application pools on the server. When you create an application in IIS, the application's path becomes part of the site's URL. You designate a directory as the application root, or starting point, for the application and then specify properties specific to that application.

UI Element List

 

Element Name Description

Site name

Displays the name of the site that will contain the application.

Path

Displays the application's path. If you create an application at the site level, this box will display /. If you create an application within another application, this box will display the path of the existing application that will contain the new application, such as /myApp.

Alias

Type a name that clients can use to access content from a Web browser. For example, if your site address is http://www.contoso.com/ and you create an application for this site called /marketing, users can access the application from their Web browser by typing http://www.contoso.com/marketing.

Application pool

Displays the selected application pool for the application.

Select

Opens the Select Application Pool dialog box from which you can select the application pool in which the application will run.

Physical path

Type or navigate to the physical path where the application content is stored. The content can reside on the local computer or come from a remote share. If your content is stored on the local computer, enter the physical path, such as C:\Content. If your content is stored in a remote share, enter the UNC path, such as \\Server\Share. Optionally, click Connect as to provide credentials for an account that is authorized to access content in the physical path.

Opens the Browse for Folder dialog box from which you can select the physical location of your application content.

Connect as

Opens the Connect As dialog box from which you can select how to connect to the path that you typed in the Physical path box. By default, Application user (pass-through authentication) is selected.

Test Settings

Opens the Test Settings dialog box from which you can view a list of test results to assess whether the path settings are valid.

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