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How to have non-FQDN addresses turned to FQDN when Accessing SharePoint?

I have users who have short-cuts, favorites and other links that are non-FQDN. SharePoint opens up with these non-FQDN links and keeps using them. Our SharePoint servers are configured to use the ...
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Is there a way to modify my SharePoint web URL to display a custom name instead of the servername/sites/intranet

I have created a new SharePoint 2013 web application, under the default port so the current web application URL is :- http://servername/sites/Intranet/ But our client is asking if there is a way to ...
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'Email a Link' uses the renamed URL which fails

I have a SharePoint server which was originally named http://sharepoint2.xyz.com. I setup an AAM so that our users use http://sharepoint.xyz.com. And then later SSL was added so all users go to ...
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custom URL and SSL to subsite

For starters, I just had SharePoint administration tacked on to my other duties and I don't know a lot about it yet. So bear with me. I want to point a url to a subsite, eg. clientportal.company.com ...
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SP2010 - Image links are pointing local URLS

Migrated a site from MOSS2007, and was given a new site URL of http://:/ e.g. http://spserver:1234 I have added an alternate access mapping so it can be accessed over the internet. However none of ...
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Alternate Access Mappings in different ports

I've an WebApp using the 80 port and i have extend it - creating an AAM to Intranet Zone (http://my.new.url.com/). All good for now. Now, i got a new WepApp for MySites in 81 port, but when i do the ...