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  Asked By: Antione    Date: Dec 18    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1138

I have a top level site and from the site I have created subsites. I
have a situation where I want to create a new top level site with new
url, access, etc. Can this be done in Central Admin by creating or
extending....In doing this I want the Main site url.com and the second
would be url2.com.

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Answer #1    Answered By: Santana Osborn     Answered On: Dec 18

Creating a new Web application would provide you with a new url  for your new
Site collection. If you simply extend your existing web application to a new
URL space, you will still be accessing the same top  level site  as before,
just from a different url. It is also possible to create  a host headered
site collection such that you are using the same web application, just
giving your new site collection it's own URL space for access.

To do this you must create the site from the command line using the stsadm
command -o createsite and adding the -hhurl parameter to the command.

 
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