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Resolve Portal Link on Top-Level site with AAM

  Asked By: Adrianna    Date: Oct 10    Category: MOSS    Views: 1239

I upgrade a portal from 2003 to MOSS. The default web application is
like http://moss1. Then I extended a new web application to use SSL
for intranet and extranet zone as https://intranet.moss2.com.

Then I tried to update the portal link on another top-level team site.
However, it is required full URL and could not add relative one.So, if
I added as http://moss1 and when users access from
https://intranet.moss2.com, this link will take them to http://moss1
and leave the SSL and original URL.

I tried AAM and extended a new web application but they all switched
from one to another due to absolute link.

Is there any way I could use relative path or let MOSS to resolve it



1 Answer Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Osvaldo Winters     Answered On: Oct 10

I don't know the answer to your question other than to say that WSS has
a long history of not handling relative URLs well. In fact, the
protocol, domain, and querystring seem _required_ or are extrapolated
far more often than I like. That said, I would think that you could use
AAM to accomplish what you are trying to do. It's just not my area of

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