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Hi,

I've not done this for ages ... how can I add a path to an application defined in the application pool of IIS? By default I only get the root folder (<dev.mysite.local>) but I would need it to be: <dev.mysite.local>/myfolder ... Other apps have this but I don't remember how to do it!?

Thank you!
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by:Patricksr1972
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Hi

Maybe i am not understanding you but shouldnt you create the myfolder path and configure a subsite in IIS in where you attach the application pool?
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by:Xeronimo
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Maybe ... but how should/would I configure such a subsite?
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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you create the virtual directory underneath the default website.
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by:Xeronimo
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ok, it works
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