IIS Web Site Configuration

Updated: January 20, 2010

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

Configuration for an Internet Information Services (IIS) Web site must include a unique site name, site ID, and a separate binding for each protocol that the site uses. You can specify the maximum number of connections, maximum bandwidth, and connection time-out settings for the site. You can also configure site-related logging information, including the logging of failed requests. While you can specify default values for the site's applications and virtual directories, individual application or virtual directory settings can override these defaults.

Events

Event ID Source Message

2270

Microsoft-Windows-IIS-WMSVC

IIS Client certificate mapping configuration for site %1 failed to be loaded. The data field contains the error number.

5024

Microsoft-Windows-WAS

Virtual site '%1' is configured to truncate its log every '%2' bytes. Since this value must be at least 1048576 bytes ( 1 megabyte ), 1048576 bytes will be used.

5046

Microsoft-Windows-WAS

The server command property for virtual site '%1' is not a valid value. It is set to '%2'. It must be one of the following: MD_SERVER_COMMAND_START = 1 or MD_SERVER_COMMAND_STOP = 2 or MD_SERVER_COMMAND_PAUSE = 3 or MD_SERVER_COMMAND_CONTINUE = 4.

5047

Microsoft-Windows-WAS

The application '%2' belonging to site '%1' has an AppPoolId set, but the property is empty. Therefore, the application will be ignored.

5048

Microsoft-Windows-WAS

The application '%2' belonging to site '%1' has an invalid AppPoolId '%3' set. Therefore, the application will be ignored.

5052

Microsoft-Windows-WAS

The application '%2' belongs to an invalid site '%1'. Therefore, the application will be ignored.

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