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Hi All,

I have an sbs 2008 server .  I need to expose one of the services under company default website out to the internet.  In IIS6, I use to right click on the service and go to the ASP.NET tab, go to directory security and make the changes their to open up the page/service to the internet.  I cannot seem to find that anywhere in IIS7. I continue getting a "404 Error File or Directory not Found"  Internally it resolved ok to the page.
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by:kadadi_v
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IN IIS6.0 Directory Security TAB is there when you right click to the site and click on properties means not in a AP>NET tab...right..?

Do you want to say you configured the IP Based Security or Authentication & Access Control OR  Secure Communication using SSL Certificate..?

So Which Security Configuration you need in a IIS 7.0..?

Regards,
vijay

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UPDATE:

I had to create a new site under the SBS section as this section had the bindings to the ports.  The site I was trying to expose was under the "Default Site" section, which did not have any bindings to the open ports
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