Host header is a type of web application and site collection setup. A host header example (project.contoso.com) differs from a path based setup (contoso.com/project). Use this tag for host header questions.

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Getting Host header from web application

i want to get host header from web application programatically: for example in below code i got absolute url of web application "http://example.com" in RootUrl variable, from this web application, i ...
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Host headers for SharePoint foundation

Can we configure host headers for SharePoint Standalone environment? without Active Directory?
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Using Host header url in Sharepoint 2013: DNS Configuration

I have an issue, I am trying to migrate a sharepoint 2010 to 2013. From the Microsoft documentation I understand I am to replicate all the 2010 settings including url and port number. My 2013 ...
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How to create a web application with host header?

I'm trying to create a web application with host header in SharePoint 2013 but when I populate the host header field, site collections under that web application are not displayed (404 Error). I ...
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SharePoint App Model and auto generated app Ids

Here is my problem: I have a SharePoint Hosted app. My environment consists of of the following App settings: App prefix: apps App Domain suffix: mydomain-apps.com I have two Web Applications so ...
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Host Header Web Application 404

When I create a site collection using this I always get 404 error, New-SPSite 'http://portal.consto.com' -HostHeaderWebApplication 'http://myserver' -Name "Portal" -Language 1033 -Template 'APP#0' ...
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How to solve Sharepoint continuous user login prompting after change host header?

I've a question regarding host header, I'm getting continuous of user login prompting although the Username and Password has entered correctly. It happen after I added in the host header to the ...