How do I set custom errors (using the Custom Errors Admin)?

If you have not already, login to the Control Center at
and from the menu item IIS click on CUSTOM ERROR PAGES.

Whenever you try to access a page on the internet that can't be found you will get back a "Page Not Found" or 404 Error. Using the Custom Errors Page (located under the IIS Admin menu), you can specify a page to display in place of the standard error page your browser displays by default. You can also replace the pages that display by default for a variety of other browser errors. Below is a description of how to use the Custom Error Admin.

To set a URL

1. Click on the "Set to URL" link next to the error you wish to change

2. Type the name of the page you wish to show when this error occurs (example: "404error.htm"). If the page is located within subdirectories of your site, include those as well (example: "errors/404error.htm").

3. Click "Save"

** The page must exist on your site, the Control Center will not allow entries with an external web address.

To set a Default

To set a Default error, simply click the "Set to Default" link next to the appropriate error type. Choosing this will show a static page with a simple description (example: "Page Not Found") if the error occurs.

List of Error Descriptions

400 - Bad Request

403 - Forbidden

403-1 - Execute Access Forbidden

403-2 - Read Access Forbidden

403-3 - Write access forbidden

403-4 - SSL required

403-5 - SSL128 required

403-6 - IP address rejected

403-7 - Client certificate required

403-8 - Site access denied

403-9 - Too many users

403-10 - Invalid configuration

403-11 - Password Change

403-12 - Mapper Denied Access

404 - Not Found

405 - Method Not Allowed

406 - Not Acceptable

412 - Precondition Failed

414 - Request-URL Too Long

500 - Internal Server Error

501 - Not Implemented

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