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Virtual Directory

A virtual directory is created in IIS which points to the FogBugz Website folder.
(By default this is C:\Program Files\FogBugz\website)

IIS Settings

The following settings are made in IIS:

  • The virtual directory is converted to an application, and the identity of the application is set.
    • Right click on Application Pools and Add Application Pool.  Set the name as FogBugz.
    • Right click on the FogBugz application pool and choose Advanced Settings…   In the Process Model section, set Identity to SpecificUser and Indentity SpecificUser Credentials to the FogBugz user account.
    • Right click on the FogBugz virtual directory and click Convert To Application.  Choose the FogBugz application pool by clicking Select and choosing it from the drop-down menu.
  • The following are set to TRUE: AspAllowSessionState, AspBufferingOn, EnableParentPaths, AspSessionTimeout is set to one hour.
    • Double click the ASP feature.
    • Set Enable Buffer to True.
    • Set Enable Parent Paths to True.
    • Expand Session Properties and set Enable Session State to True and Timeout to 1:00:00.
  • The default document is set to default.asp.
    • Double click the Default Document Feature.  Remove everything except default.asp
  • Authorization is set to Anonymous account ONLY and the account for anonymous access is set.
    • Double click the Authentication Feature.  Enable Anonymous authentication and disable the others.
    • Right click Anonymous Authentication and choose Edit…  Click Set and enter the FogBugz account information.
  • The 500 error handler is set to internalError.asp.
    • Double click the Error Pages feature.  Modify the 500 status code.  Change the Path Type to ExecuteURL and set the path to /internalError.asp.