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Keep in mind that everything that is hosted this way uses the same IIS Web Site, which is called
SharePoint-80 in this case and is used by SharePoint. Therefore, any IIS settings you have for the
web application, such as Authentication (allowing or disallowing anonymous access) will also apply
to this excluded path. If you want to change these settings just for the excluded path, you’ll need to
create a new IIS website for the path and not use one of SharePoint’s.
This button takes you to a simple page (see Figure 10.43) that gives you the option to enable or
disable access to any available service application. These are the same settings you saw during
the creation process. You can find more information on service applications in Chapter 11.
Authentication providers are set by zone—which will be covered in the “Alternate Access
Mapping” section. For each zone, you can quickly see what kind of authentication mode you
have configured (see Figure 10.44).
This is also a good way to double-check what mode of authentication you selected for a new
web application if you have forgotten—if you chose claims-based, it will say so here. If you
chose classic mode, it will be shown here as “Windows.”
providers by zone