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8/30/2016 9:59 AM


I have a simple question: How can I add virtual directory? This theme is discussed here many times, typically without working solution. I dont need something special. Just to add virtual directory using IIS. The reason:  I have a set up a webdav in that directory. I need windows authentication. Is that possible?

With anonymouse authentication allowed browser says: 404 not found

With windows authentication only broser says: You need to logon to DNN.

I would like to achieve this:

DNN in root.

Inside one subfolder (real - not virtual)  aspx application with annonymouse atuthentication enabled.  It is working now.

Inside another real subfolder another application with windows authetication only = not working.

Inside another virtual subfolder webdav enabled with windows authetication only = not working.

Thank you very much.





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8/30/2016 6:59 PM
why do you need multiple applications?
What do you really want to achieve?

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Sebastian Leupold

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