The original site does not have a header. Kenny wrote: OK, unless i'm understanding the problem incorrectly, then you're doing the rewrite in the wrong place. IE: Helpdesk. Some of our cloud tools are currently inaccessible:. To continue this discussion, please ask a new question. I already have internal DNS records in place, so that when someone types mail.
[SOLVED] IIS 10 redirect default site URL to other URL Web Dev Spiceworks
Let us get something straight first - Spiceworks doesn't use IIS - it runs on Apache (). You need to have port 80 on IIS redirect to port on Apache. Assuming your DNS is setup properly for to point to the Spiceworks server.
This How-To will show you how you can easily redirect users to spiceworks running on a specific port or even directly to the portal using IIS or. Solution: You don't need IIS to do this, nor should you install it on the same boxJust add a CNAME record in DNS called helpdesk (under.
Some of our cloud tools are currently inaccessible:.
Now I am a bit confused as to why this had never been a problem before. Great, thanks very much! Popular Topics in Windows Server. The original site does not have a header.
Basic question here: I have a Windows R2 web server, that I just installed a vendor's custom application on.
[SOLVED] Spiceworks redirect IIS Spiceworks General Support Spiceworks
When I look at IIS. Simple redirect page that I drop in the wwwroot and set as a default page. Instead of using dns and IIS redirects, our application required a. Solution: I just realized I can just have the web server listen on a different port, forward that through the firewall and have the IIS redirect to that.
You need to have port 80 on IIS redirect to port on Apache.
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BenSpalding Aug 22, at pm. The help desk software for IT. Use the browse button to select the physical path, if you want you can create a folder for it somewhere. My undestanding is that you're wanting everything that hits the default port 80 site to redirect to the 2ndsite port Verify your account to enable IT peers to see that you are a professional.
I read there are network scanning issues if you use Apache to redirect all http traffic to https. But what if I change the port for SpiceWorks http.
OK, so I had understood the application is installed on the 2ndsite and you wanted everything going to the other site to redirect.
[SOLVED] IIS URL Rewrite/Redirect To FQDN Windows Server Spiceworks
There's only one port 80 without a host header allowed, which becomes the default site doesn't need to be the one called "default". If that is correct then you need to add the HTTP Redirect easier or URL Rewrite rule on the default site, not the 2ndsite This might be possible, but i read it as he has an application running on the default website already.
You would want to create a host header on say port 80, then have that redirect to your actual Spiceworks install.
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|How can I redirect www. Also make sure if you are using a redirect you aren't explicitly defining the login page instead of the portal.
Track users' IT needs, easily, and with only the features you need. THanks for any advice Regards Mike. This topic has been locked by an administrator and is no longer open for commenting.
If I am not mistaken - this default also works in subfolders - the root folder might want the file iisstart.