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To host more than one Web site on a Web server, you can assign a unique IP address to each Web site, designate a non-standard TCP port number for a Web site, or use host headers. Their is no alternative solution and you have to adopt either one of the solution. Why you want to host 2 sites on same Port without Host header?


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Do you have a DNS entry to point spintranet to that server's IP address? Try to ping spintranet and see if the IP (if any) that you get back is the SharePoint WFE server. Also, you can choose to add the IIS binding http:/spintranet to the IIS site from IIS Manager. Go to IIS Manager -> Select the SharePoint site -> Edit Bindings -> add the binding to port ...


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Features have a scope. Depending on the scope, you can either have: for farm solutions: a feature deployed to the whole farm [scope: Farm] a feature deployed to one or more web applications (you can check where a feature is deployed to from the Central Admin > System settings > Solution management) [scope: Web application or Site] a feature globally ...


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Not having yet identified the full ramifications of this but also not finding official word on the correct approach, I hesitate in recommending this. However, I addressed this vulnerability by disabling inheritance of the security privileges on the _vti_bin directory and removing the Everyone user object, which had Read privileges inherited from the root ...


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Shortly: Open the Central Administration site for your SharePoint Foundation. To do this, on the SBS 2011 server, you click Start | All Programs | Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Products | SharePoint 2010 Central Administration Click "Configuring Outgoing E-mail Settings": Outbound SMTP Server: With SBS this is easy enough. Use the FQDN that will be ...



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