Running Applications

Many Web sites use Web applications to enhance the functionality of the site. In Internet Information Services, an application is defined as the executable files contained within a directory and its subdirectories. An application is indicated by configuring an application starting point. Web applications can include ASP code, ISAPI applications, CGI applications, DLL applications, and a collection of other options.

The application settings in Internet Information Services 5 are located on the Home Directory tab of the Web Site Properties sheet. As with Internet Information Server 4, you specify the application name, starting point, and execute permissions. The only difference here is that Permissions has been renamed Execute ...

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