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I have a SharePoint server with sp name which I can access by http://sp.

I've

  1. added this server to some domain and could access it by http://sp.domain.local;
  2. created and added certificate to this server, so I could access it by https://sp.domain.local and by https://sp;
  3. allowed access to it from Internet by https://external.domain.com

Issue:

When I try to access the server by http://sp.domain.local, https://sp.domain.local, https://external.domain.com after some time, for example, in a day, it allows me to be logged in, but does not display the Documents list content and search does not work.

When I refresh http://sp page, then Documents List content becomes visible and search starts to work here on http and https protocols and with sp.domain.local and external.domain.com names.

Question:

Which settings on SP or IIS side could be the cause of such behavior?

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  • Did you extend the web app the the "external.domain.com" or are you just using alternative access mappings? Apr 16 at 22:03
  • @JoshMcClanahan Sorry, I don't know what means extend. I just access it using alternative domain names.
    – Gryu
    Apr 19 at 10:49
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Have you configure Sharepoint Warmup script. This will be a workaround but not a solution.

Can you find any information related to your issue in ULS logs when you access all these sites? Have you configured Alternate access mappings?

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  • After alternate access mappings applied, Documents content became visible, but search does not work in this location.
    – Gryu
    Apr 21 at 11:05
  • Search will work only on default url. It will not give results of other added url.. Apr 22 at 12:34
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If you are using AAM, here is a simple tutorial you could have a look to check if there is any issue with the configuration.

SHAREPOINT 2016: HOW TO IMPLEMENT ALTERNATE ACCESS MAPPING

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