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On my Windows Home Server (Windows Server 2003 really) there is a default web site (enabling remote access etc.) and I'm trying to setup a second site (both on port 80). The default site is using xxx.homeserver.com as its address and the new one is using blog.xxx.no. What happens is that the default site works as expected (and as before), but when I try to access the new one without specifying the document (ie. index.htm) it access the default site. But if I add the document (index.htm) it access it correctly... I have setup the default document to be index.htm and it's on top of the list. I have also set the correct host header for both of them.

Any idea on why this is happening?

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You need to configure host headers on the second web site (I would recommend setting them on both web sites).

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324287

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Forgot to mention that I have already done so. –  noocyte Jul 8 '11 at 13:36

You might check to ensure your "default document" is indeed index.htm as you expect.

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It is set correct. But the weird thing here is that when I access the new site without "index.htm" it goes to the old site... –  noocyte Jul 8 '11 at 11:22
    
You might check against the settings/configuration for the specific virtual domain itself - just in case it is somehow different. –  user48838 Jul 8 '11 at 11:33
    
What do you mean? –  noocyte Jul 8 '11 at 11:52
    
You have a virtual domain configuration for your blog.xxx.no right? –  user48838 Jul 8 '11 at 11:58
    
If you by "virtual domain" mean "virtual directory", then yes. –  noocyte Jul 11 '11 at 8:42

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