Add a Virtual Server Manager search path

To add a Virtual Server Manager search path

  1. Open the Administration Website.
  2. In the navigation pane under Virtual Server, click Website Properties.
  3. In Virtual Server Manager search paths, type the full computer name or IP address of the computer running the instance of Virtual Server to manage from this instance, and then click OK.
To perform this procedure, you must have the appropriate permissions. If you do not have the appropriate permissions, you will either receive an error message or you will not be able to view certain menu items and options described in this procedure. To change your permissions, contact your Virtual Server administrator. For more information, see Securing Virtual Server. For instructions on opening the Administration Website, see "Open the Administration Website" in Related Topics. You can separate multiple Virtual Server Manager search paths by placing them on separate lines. When you point to Virtual Server Manager in the navigation pane, the instance of Virtual Server that you specified in this procedure appears in the list. When you click the instance, its Administration Website opens. If you are using Windows XP Professional as your host operating system, constrained delegation will not work, so you will need to implement Basic authentication, as described previously. For this feature to work, you must do one of the following: Configure constrained delegation on the domain controller, as described in "Configuring constrained delegation" in Related Topics. In Internet Information Services (IIS), enable Basic authentication and disable Integrated Windows authentication on VirtualServer Websites for the current instance of Virtual Server as well as the one to manage. For more information about Virtual Server Manager, see "Selecting the Virtual Server instance to manage" in Related Topics.
Basic authentication results in passwords being transmitted over the network without data encryption. (This warning does not apply to HTTPS [or SSL] connections.)

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