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Website Path Rule Graphical Issue - 11.Jun.2008 5:47:59 AM   
BatMan

 

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Hi im trying to publish a non authenticating website which has two websites on IIS through two different paths /web1 /web2.
Publishing works however the graphics will do display and give a 'x' error when the Rule Paths are changed please see below

Path
External         Internal
/*                   /Web1/*    <- works Fine graphics load

but when I need the second IIS website to be available and change the path to

External     Internal
/                 /Web1/*
/Same as Internal    /Web2/*

Both websites are available, however, /Web1/* will not load any graphics and displays 'x' crosses, /Web2/* is fine. If I publish just one website with the /* External Path everything works fine.

Any ideas ?
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RE: Website Path Rule Graphical Issue - 12.Jun.2008 10:18:01 AM   
tshinder

 

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Where are the graphics stored?

Why are you redirecting using a path? Why not use different FQDNs externally and then create two Web Publishing Rules?

HTH,
Tom

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RE: Website Path Rule Graphical Issue - 12.Jun.2008 10:22:02 AM   
BatMan

 

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Ive managed to get away around it by creating a DENY Web site policy and redirecting it to the appropriate website. The same FQDN was used as one IIS site is for clients and another for demo/test so they were kept the same and just seperated with /clients and /clientsdemo.

Thanks for the help

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RE: Website Path Rule Graphical Issue - 12.Jun.2008 8:44:32 PM   
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Good to hear you got it working and thanks for the follow up!

Tom

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