How can you change the SharePoint 2010 Central Administration site so that it works over SSL, rather than a random port over http? Other sites on the server may also use SSL, so would use a host header to differentiate between them (e.g. admin.contoso.com for central admin, docs.contoso.com for documents etc).
Can't set host headers with https in IIS, even though you can add a https binding without defining an IP address... suggesting that wildcard ip's may work (and the same certificate used on different sites).
Is it just a case of configuring the site in IIS as you would any other secure site, or do you also have to run 'stsadm' to tell SharePoint you have done this as well?
I don't think you can do host headers with ssl. Each site with it's own cert will need a different IP address.
I could be wrong though if you have a wildcard cert. I've never tried setting that up on IIS before.
I have a Silverlight 4 Beta application where I'd like to use the SharePoint object model to upload a document to a SharePoint site - should be simple enough, except an exception is thrown at: using... isn't in the IIS metabase because it's being handled by DNS. My web application has an AAM set up and a host header on the web site in IIS. I also tried running the code without using the FQDN of the site, e.g. http: //servername:4860. Permissions: The identity of the the Silverlight application pool has db_owner permissions to my content database, and is also a site collection administrator. I
Cross-posted from http://serverfault.com We have a SharePoint 2007 server (Windows 2003) for development which fails to provide access via SMB administrative shares like \server\c$. I can use \mywin7\c$ backwards from a terminal session on that server. Looking at the packets I see that the \server\share requests are handled by IIS 6 which renders http status 501 Not Implemented in response... Not Implemented Content-Length: 0 Server: Microsoft-IIS/6.0 X-Powered-By: ASP.NET Date: Fri, 18 Dec 2009 08:03:25 GMT How can I force the use of SMB over HTTP/WebDAV for such requests? SMB Tree
it to the default.aspx home page. I would be happy either way. Note: I want to be able to activate this on existing site, I dont want to create a new Site Definition. Here is what I have tried: Feature Receiver... work either. I should be able to do it by more heavily customising the List Definition, but that seems a little over the top and I'm reluctant to do that before ruling out the other options. So...I've been hitting my head against a wall on this one for the last couple of days. I have a pretty simple requirement but I cant see how it can be achieved within a Sandboxed solution. I'm depressed
I am trying to iterate over a List and view properties on some items that live within that list, and down one or two levels; this is on a SharePoint 2010 server. So far I have been able to connect.../my_site list - Pages Folder - News ItemB - Article ItemA - Contents The site is easy enough to connect to, with that I can get the list, Folder and ItemA's and output them so I can see... is kind of limited. Any helpful pointers are appreciated. Here is what I have so far, I'd like to have the part that outputs Content to note the ItemB's. [string]$url = "http://localhost/my_site
only site collections/sites using non-publishing templates. All other content is availble e.g. documents, lists Has anyone else come across this? UPDATE 08/05/10: I have been doing some further..." returns the webs or sites respectively. UPDATE 02/06/10: As I mentioned above an upgrade to SharePoint 2010 will fix the issue (at least make the STS_Site and STS_Web results appear again...This is an old issue I thought this was a bug in an specific environment after reading a couple of blogs it has made me think again... The issue is that SharePoint site collections and sites
parts are not used in other SharePoint sites as well? It would probably break the application and it could, of course, make it possible to replicate the same application but using different users. I...I'm a SharePoint development beginner and I would like to develop a custom application on top of SharePoint Foundation 2010. I decided to write few visual web parts for simple logic and Silverlight... level... So I can't win this way either. What would you suggest?
on the site collection for the forms authentication logon page to work from Office SharePoint Server. Contact your administrator to have anonymous access enabled in Central Administration and IIS. Manage...I am using SharePoint 2007 Server x64 on Windows Server 2008 x64. I create a new SharePoint web application with a new site collection at the root of the web application. I select the template "publishing portal" for the site collection. I have also enabled anonymous access. Now the basic function is fine, except that I do not know how to change the first front page (i.e. the page showed to end
multiple SharePoint 2010 farms connected to a single database server then you can see which databases belong to a farm on the following Central Administration screen: http://[Your CA Server]/_admin... this question so we can create a central repository for renaming the various databases. I will try to find as many answers as possible myself, but would appreciate answers from the community as well...SharePoint 2010 appears to continue SharePoint 2007's tradition of automatically creating horribly named SQL Databases. Like many companies we have multiple farms and developer workstations
We have taken over a site where My Sites are placed in the Intranet web application. I want to migrate the My Sites to a dedicated host site. From what i have been able to find out so far, I will need to do an STSADM -o backup of each personal site and restore it into the new content database. I will be automating this process using PowerShell. Has anyone tried this? Any caveats i need to be aware of? Since i need to move site collections out of an existing content database into another, as far as i can see i cannot use a simple SSP migration. Any help appreciated :-) EDIT: I wrote