IIS custom errors

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I am trying to implement a redirection for forms-based authentication for Exchange Outlook Web Access according to KB555053. Part of the process is to modify the 403;4 Custom error, however, on this particular IIS server, the 403;4 is not in the list. The server is Windows 2003 Standard, SP1 running IIS 6.0. Where does the list of Custom errors originate? Is there a way to add to the list? Thanks in advance.

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Scott,
The custom errors are created during the installation of IIS. If you’re missing 403;4, you may have had a bad install or something; it should be there. Goto http://groups.google.com/group/microsoft.public.inetserver.iis/browse_thread/thread/b8e5fa3cc3b98c6c/8e20fb3a1ea5eade%238e20fb3a1ea5eade to find instructions you can follow to add all the default files into IIS.

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  • scottbr
    Many thanks! I ran the script, but got an error on the line with .SetInfo, so I think I have other problems with IIS.
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