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Publishing Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) with Unified Access Gateway (UAG) RRS feed

  • Question

  • Hello,

    I have a problem for publish a SharePoint application when I use a virtual host.
    For example: My server that hosts the SharePoint application is called 'MOSS'.
    My SharePoint is available only internally with the url http://moss.intar.lan
    It is not directly accessible via the link http://moss, because SharePoint is not published at the root of the IIS.

     
    I tried to publish my SharePoint application, specifying:

    A/ Settings on UAG (UAG server) :
    Trunk hostname: uag.company.com
    Authenticated & HTTPS access configured
    Web Serveur : MOSS (port 80)
    Published an application using the MS Sharepoint 2007 template for a public hostname of 'moss.company.com' - this is the second Appplication for this trunk. The first application is OWA.

    B/ Settings on MOSS (SharePoint server):
    IIS : Site WSS with hostname http://moss.intar.lan on port 80

    Alternate Access Mapping :
    1/
    Internal url : http://moss.intar.lan
    Zone : Default
    Public Url for zone : http://moss.intar.lan
    2/
    Internal url : https://moss.company.com
    Zone : Internet
    Public Url for zone : https://moss.company.com
    3/
    Internal url : http://moss.company.com
    Zone : Internet
    Public Url for zone : https://moss.company.com

    This configuration doesn’t work.

    It works if I delete the hostname http://moss.intar.lan on IIS (I leave it blank) , and if I modify the AAM by :

    1/
    Internal url : http://moss
    Zone : Default
    Public Url for zone : http://moss
    2/
    Internal url : https://moss.company.com
    Zone : Internet
    Public Url for zone : https://moss.company.com
    3/
    Internal url : http://moss.company.com
    Zone : Internet
    Public Url for zone : https://moss.company.com


    How publish Sharepoint with a hostname (virtual host) as 'moss.intra.lan' on IIS, and with as AAM : http://moss.intra.lan (default zone) associated to Public Url for zone : http://moss.intra.lan ?


    Thanks for your help,
    David.

    Tuesday, June 1, 2010 3:42 PM

Answers

  • I solved my problem. To this I added on in sharepoint iis the alias (virtual host) "moss.company.com" and I left the alternate access mapping :

    Alternate Access Mapping :
    1/
    Internal url : http://moss.intar.lan
    Zone : Default
    Public Url for zone : http://moss.intar.lan
    2/
    Internal url : https://moss.company.com
    Zone : Internet
    Public Url for zone : https://moss.company.com
    3/
    Internal url : http://moss.company.com
    Zone : Internet
    Public Url for zone : https://moss.company.com

    • Marked as answer by davidbuisson Friday, June 4, 2010 8:40 AM
    Friday, June 4, 2010 8:40 AM

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    • Marked as answer by davidbuisson Wednesday, June 2, 2010 9:18 AM
    • Unmarked as answer by davidbuisson Wednesday, June 2, 2010 2:49 PM
    Tuesday, June 1, 2010 8:25 PM
  • Hello,

    Thanks, but I had already seen this post.

    As I said at the end, my config works if I delete the hostname http://moss.intar.lan on IIS (I leave it blank) , and if I modify the AAM...

    I try to publish my sharepoint using a virtual host "http://moss.intar.lan" as Internal url (not directly accessible on port 80). I don't know if UAG operates with virtual host.

    Someone can confirm that or no?

    David.
    Wednesday, June 2, 2010 2:50 PM
  • I solved my problem. To this I added on in sharepoint iis the alias (virtual host) "moss.company.com" and I left the alternate access mapping :

    Alternate Access Mapping :
    1/
    Internal url : http://moss.intar.lan
    Zone : Default
    Public Url for zone : http://moss.intar.lan
    2/
    Internal url : https://moss.company.com
    Zone : Internet
    Public Url for zone : https://moss.company.com
    3/
    Internal url : http://moss.company.com
    Zone : Internet
    Public Url for zone : https://moss.company.com

    • Marked as answer by davidbuisson Friday, June 4, 2010 8:40 AM
    Friday, June 4, 2010 8:40 AM