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IIS 7.5 error pages

Posted on 2013-01-07
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Hi,
I have a couple of queries on IIS and wonder if anyone can shed some light on the fix?  I want to run custom error pages (4xx and 5xx) on a per site basis, however IIS seems to only want to issue custom error pages across all sites on the server.  Is there a way to change this?

Many thanks,

Les.
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On per site basis, you will need to click on the site and you will get the option of error pages.
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OKay thanks for that, it works brilliantly with plain html pages, but with Cold Fusion server running on the IIS any pages ending .cfm don't utilise it.  
Does anyone know of a way to get IIS to handle these .cfm missing pages?

Regards,
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Thank you for your information.  Thats very helpful.
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