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1) Try adding following code in your web.config file: <system.webServer> <modules runAllManagedModulesForAllRequests="true" /> <!-- rest of config --> </system.webServer> 2) Make sure that your application is running under ASP.Net 4.0 integrated pipeline mode. If not, set this application pool to integrated pipeline mode and ...
You have at least two options. Assuming this is a web site for external use, you have a hostname pointing to the site. You could just add another hostname to the site bindings and both URLs will work for the single site. As you already mentioned, you could also create a second site with the new hostname binding. There is no problem pointing this site to ...
If the app uses authentication and will still be the exact same app as for the new customer then you could consider just adding a host header for your existing app. IIS Manager > Click on website > Click bindings and add the hostname.
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