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I configured a domain on IIS 7.5 with windows 2008 r2 and put an index.html file on the inetpub/wwwroot/domain folder.

When I browse the webpage currently I´m receiving two different pages:

  • using I receive the iistart.htm welcome page.

  • using I receive the index.html file I created.

I create the CNAME pointing to in order to serve content using both addresses´s.


When using it points to the Default Web Site created by default by IIS 7.5. I realized about that when I stopped that site.

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ok I found the reason. despite that I created the CNAME on the DNS area, IIS needs to set up bindings pointing to and for each website. brgds – s_h Jul 15 '11 at 6:20
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I found the reason. Despite creating the CNAME record in my DNS, IIS needs bindings for both and for each website.

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