Create a new SharePoint 2010 web Application


When creating a new SharePoint web application it creates a new IIS web Site with backing databases that can be used for creating new SharePoint sites.

To create new web application in SharePoint 2010
Central Administration | Application Management | Manage web applications | click New

 

Create new SharePoint 2010 web application

Select the following required information and click OK to create new web application

Authentication
Select the authentication for this web application.

Select Authentication

IIS Web Site
Choose between using an existing IIS web site or create a new one to serve the Microsoft SharePoint Foundation application.

If you select an existing IIS web site, that web site must exist on all servers in the farm and have the same name, or this action will not succeed.

If you opt to create a new IIS web site, it will be automatically created on all servers in the farm. If an IIS setting that you wish to change is not shown here, you can use this option to create the basic site, then update it using the standard IIS tools.

Choose IIS Web Site

Security Configuration

Kerberos is the recommended security configuration to use with Integrated Windows authentication. Kerberos requires the application pool account to be Network Service or special configuration by the domain administrator. NTLM authentication will work with any application pool account and the default domain configuration.

If you choose to use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), you must add the certificate on each server using the IIS administration tools. Until this is done, the web application will be inaccessible from this IIS web site.

SharePoint 2010 Security Configuration

Public URL

The public URL is the domain name for all sites that users will access in this SharePoint Web application. This URL domain will be used in all links shown on pages within the web application. By default, it is set to the current server name and port.

http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=114854

Public URL for web applicaiton

Application Pool

Choose the application pool to use for the new web application. This defines the account and credentials that will be used by this service.

You can choose an existing application pool or create a new one.

Application Pool for new web application

Database Name and Authentication

Use of the default database server and database name is recommended for most cases. Refer to the administrator’s guide for advanced scenarios where specifying database information is required.

Use of Windows authentication is strongly recommended. To use SQL authentication, specify the credentials which will be used to connect to the database.

Database Name and Authentication

 

Failover Server

You can choose to associate a database with a specific failover server that is used in conjuction with SQL Server database mirroring.

 

Search Server

Failover Server

Service Application Connections

Choose the service applications that this Web application will be connected to. A Web application can be connected to the default set of service applications or to a custom set of service applications. You can change the set of service applications that a Web application is connected to at any time by using the Configure service application associations page in Central Administration.

Name Type
Access Services Access Services Web Service Application Proxy
Application Registry Service Application Registry Proxy
Business Data Connectivity Service Business Data Connectivity Service Application Proxy
Excel Services Application Excel Services Application Web Service Application Proxy
Metadata Services Managed Metadata Service Connection
PerformancePoint Service Application PerformancePoint Service Application Proxy
Search Service Application Search Service Application Proxy
Secure Store Service Secure Store Service Application Proxy
State Service State Service Proxy
Usage and Health data collection Usage and Health Data Collection Proxy
User Profile Application User Profile Service Application Proxy
Visio Graphics Service Visio Graphics Service Application Proxy
Web Analytics Service Application Web Analytics Service Application Proxy
Word Automation Services Word Automation

Customer Experience Improvement Program

Collect web site analytics about web pages on this web application. Please read the Administration guide before turning this on for web applications available over the public Internet.

Enable Customer Experience Improvement Program


Yes
No

Warning: In order for Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP) to collect data, both CEIP and browser CEIP, at the farm level, should be enabled.

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