Use the ‘Website Operators dialog box‘ to designate the users you want to be able to administer specific Web sites. To add a user to the current list of accounts that have administrative privileges, click the Add button. To remove a user from the list, select the account in the Operation list box and then click the Remove button.
The Operators property sheet allows you to grant operator privileges by username or group. The Director Security Property sheet enables you to grant or deny access based on IP address or domain name. To avoid any accessing conflicts your operator's domains or IP addresses should be granted access to the Directory Security Property sheet.
Select this option to enable your website's logging features, which can record details about user activity and create logs in your choice of format.
Active Log Format – Use this pull-down menu to select from:
- W3C Extended Log File Format
- NCSA Common Log File Format
The Properties button brings up the Microsoft Logging Properties screen appropriate to the Active Log format you have chosen. For example, clicking Properties for W3C Extended Log File Format would allow you to choose how often to create new logs, specify the file directory for the log, and select additional extended properties for logging.
Description – This dialog box lists the name you choose for the Web site and will appear in the tree view of the Internet Service.
IP Address – This dialog box lists the IP address for a Web site.
TCP Port – This dialog box determines the port on which each service will run. The default is port 80.
SSL port – This dialog box determines the port used by Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) transmission.
The Advanced button brings up the Advanced Multiple Website Configuration screens, which allows you to specify additional identities for the Web site.
Unlimited – Select this option to allow an unlimited number of connections to occur simultaneously.
Limited to – Select this option to limit the number of simultaneous connections to the server. In the dialog box, type the number of connections permitted.
Connection Timeout – Use this dialog box to set the length of time in seconds before the server disconnects an inactive user.
Adjust Performance Tuning set to the number of daily connections you anticipate for your site. If the number is set slightly higher than the actual number of connections, the connections made faster, and server performance is improved. If the number is much greater than the real connection attempts, server memory is wasted, reducing overall server performance.
Enable Bandwidth Throttling
Check the Enable Bandwidth Throttling option to limit the bandwidth used by this Web site. For this Web site only, the value for bandwidth typed here overrides the value set at the computer level, even if this value is greater than values set at the level of equipment.
HTTP KeepAlives enabled – check this box to allow a client to maintain an open connection with your server, instead of reopening the client connection with each new request. KeepAlives are enabled by default.