Your company hosts a Web site on a server that runs Windows Server 2008 R2. The server has the
Web Server (IIS) server role installed. SSL is configured on the Web site for virtual directories that
require encryption. You are implementing a new Web application on the Web site. The new
application has its own logon page named userlogin.aspx. You enable Forms Authentication in the
Web site properties. You need to configure the Web site to use userlogin.aspx to authenticate user
accounts. What should you do?
Configure the Forms Authentication Settings to Require SSL.
Configure the Name property of the Cookie Settings to the userlogin.aspx filename.
Configure the Login URL property for the Forms Authentication Settings to the userlogin.aspx
Configure the Default Document setting to add the userlogin.aspx filename in the Web site