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extend a web application with an internet zone

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 27, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint


i'm using wss 3.0

i have created a web application with a site collection. now i want to extend the web application with an internet zone.

i know how to change the zone. but is their a tutorial that explain this step by step. cause i want to set a nice url for this site and change the authentication to forms.

i also know how to use the aspnet_regsql.exe and change the webconfig etc to change the authentication from windows to forms. now if i change the webconfig of this site with the internet zone, do the default web application can be still accessed with windows authetication?

so, what i want to know is

can my site be accessed by windows authentication and forms authentication and is there a step by step tutorial to explain how to use the site after the zone has been changed?



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