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  Asked By: Gaurang    Date: Apr 25    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 822

Just upgraded Sharepoint from 2.0 to 3.0 and all the sites and files
are there and can be accessed but the root home page will not load.
Consistenly get a HTTP 403 Forbidden page when trying to load it.

Can anyone help me.

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3 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Hans Weiss     Answered On: Apr 25

Need to dig the logs to identify the problem....however, the usual
workaround for this scenarios are

can you access --> http://<mysite>/default.aspx ??

1- Place your site to Tusted Zone. via IE menu option"tools-
>internet options" . Select tab "security"--> "trusted sites"--
> "Sites" and in the new opened window add your site
("http://my_server_name") to the list.

2- Open IIS manager on the server, and the open the properties for
your virtual server. On the Home Directory tab, you probably need to
change the Application Pool the site is running under. There's
probably one named SpsAppPool or something like that. If there are
several and you're unsure, try choosing them one by one, and trying
to access the URL (the one without the default.aspx) after each
change.

-- The website may be in one application, but the _layouts, _vti_bin,
and _wpresources were in another application, try moving all into a
new application

-- Sub Virtuals (sub folders under virtual directories) might be
configured differently and when you need to make them consistent with
parent folder

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Alison West     Answered On: Apr 25

Need to dig the logs to identify the problem....however, the usual workaround
for this scenarios are

can you access --> /default.aspx">http://<mysite>/default.aspx ??

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Freddy Heath     Answered On: Apr 25

check your IIS application pools...............

 
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