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How to Edit the Default, Internet Information Services, Site Page

SecureAuth IdP Version affected: All versions

Description: Each SecureAuth realm has it's own site directory in IIS and a URL that correlates to a realm number (e.g. https://forexample.com/secureauth1).
When a realm isn't being visited on the SecureAuth server--(https://forexample.com) without a trailing realm (/secureauth#)--users are brought to a Windows Server Internet Information Services page. This is because, Default Web Site in IIS points to a web page that Microsoft defaults to since Default Web Site isn't associated with any single realm.

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Some prefer to direct user traffic away from this page, but for those who'd rather edit the page directly, it can be found in the following file directory:

D:\inetpub\wwwroot

From this folder, many things can be done. The simplest changes can be made by editing the htm file to the site page (iisstart.htm) and/or changing the image file associated to it (iis-85.png).

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