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I'm pretty confused about your current setup, as I do not understand why you need to create 2 web sites, and particularly why the ports are changing. You need to: Look into SPCA and identify the Web Application + Site collection path where you plan to deploy Make sure VS solution is actually connected to it (in the project Properties window ), and for ...


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Have you tried starting VS2010 as an administrator account that has permission to perform IISRESET? It could be that the user you are currently running VS2010 does not have this permission and give you this error when VS2010 is trying to reset IIS. If Run As Administrator does not work you can use the Runas command from the CMD to start VS2010 as which ...


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It wasn't the installation of SharePoint that took over your default web site, it was the provisioning of a new web app at port 80 that did it. To retain your default web site, just keep away from port 80 for your web applications. If you used the farm configuration wizard, you'll need to either skip it or skip the part that provisions the initial web app, ...


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While this might not answer your question straight away, i had so much help from Thomas Balkeståhls blog where he provides some great guides touching the subject. Beside from the the guides, don't forget to update your content sources in your search service to crawl HTTPS instead of HTTP when you are done with the configuration. A guide to https and ...



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