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Configuring alternate access mappings

  Asked By: Patrick    Date: Dec 12    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1067

I am trying to configure my portal as an Intranet based portal.But the
problem is when trying to configure my protal as Intranet based portal, I did
following: I extended my existing web application and created a url, I can see
this url in/from alternate access mappings section, but when I try to open the
portal with that particular url, I am getting "the page cannot be displayed"
message. why so? any comments?
suggest me to get rid of this......

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Answer #1    Answered By: Donte Jefferson     Answered On: Dec 12

are you using host headers? If so, be sure to add them in IIS manager (Web Site
Tab, Advanced button)

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Beau Pena     Answered On: Dec 12

Configuring an alternate  Access mapping in SharePoint takes care of SharePoint
recognizing the site, but you also need to make sure that DNS will respond to
that address with an appropriate IP address and that IIS will recognize the AAM
as the host header for the website.

 
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