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Sep
15
answered Cannot Get Ported Over Website to New Win2008 Server to Launch
Sep
15
revised Cannot Get Ported Over Website to New Win2008 Server to Launch
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Sep
15
comment Cannot Get Ported Over Website to New Win2008 Server to Launch
I just updated this. Removing the Hostname allowed the page to load, but now I need to assign the hostname to the IP address.
Sep
15
revised Cannot Get Ported Over Website to New Win2008 Server to Launch
See Update
Sep
15
comment Cannot Get Ported Over Website to New Win2008 Server to Launch
The default website is browseable. It just shows the IIS7 image. I specified in the Bindings for the new site to use Port 80, but I don't know where else that may or may not need to be added/configured.
Sep
12
revised Cannot Get Ported Over Website to New Win2008 Server to Launch
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Sep
12
asked Cannot Get Ported Over Website to New Win2008 Server to Launch
Jul
3
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
4
comment Expired Certificates and Active Directory Authentication
Any other ideas? I still get locked out daily. I can add that Outlook keeps poping up a Security Alert saying our Exchange Server has an invalid security certificate. I wonder if that could be causing this.
Mar
28
comment Expired Certificates and Active Directory Authentication
All of our mappings are controlled by a script in the Group Policy. However, I see one that has a Red X on it, so I disconnected from that. It'll reconnect the next time I log in, though. Fingers crossed!
Mar
28
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Mar
28
comment Expired Certificates and Active Directory Authentication
Is there any more info I can add to help figure this out?
Mar
28
comment Expired Certificates and Active Directory Authentication
LOL - you're right. I thought it said 2013, not 2113. The Token Signing Public Key is still expired, though.
Mar
28
comment Expired Certificates and Active Directory Authentication
Multiple Services under Computer Management, all are logged on as either Local Service, Local System, or Network Service. Which one am I? Local Service? The Local Service shows a Password and a Confirm password, but the current data is hidden (naturally).
Mar
28
asked Expired Certificates and Active Directory Authentication
Jan
14
accepted How do I remotely check for Microsoft .NET Framework 4?
Jan
14
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Jun
25
accepted Authenticating Linked Servers - SQL Server 8 to SQL Server 10
Jun
25
revised Authenticating Linked Servers - SQL Server 8 to SQL Server 10
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Jun
25
comment Authenticating Linked Servers - SQL Server 8 to SQL Server 10
I was not able to find Component Services MMC, Computers, only Component Services. (See my updated question)