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  • From the log...

    Alternate access mappings have not been configured.  Users or services are accessing the site http://drbc.rmls.com with the URL http://sharepointdr.  This may cause incorrect links to be stored or returned to users.  If this is expected, add the URL http://sharepointdr as an AAM response URL.  For more information, see: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=114854"/>

     

    Object Cache: The super user account utilized by the cache is not configured. This can increase the number of cache misses, which causes the page requests to consume unnecessary system resources.

    To configure the account use the following command 'stsadm -o setproperty -propertyname portalsuperuseraccount -propertyvalue account -url webappurl'. The account should be any account that has Full Control access to the SharePoint databases but is not an application pool account.

    Additional Data:

    Current default super user account: SHAREPOINT\system

     

    The start address sts4://drbc.rmls.com/contentdbid={1f1255d6-9ab4-4ecd-b173-73aa9df5dc9f} cannot be crawled.

     

    Context: Application 'Serve_search_queries_over_help_content', Catalog 'Search'

     

    Details:

                    Access is denied. Verify that either the Default Content Access Account has access to this repository, or add a crawl rule to crawl this repository. If the repository being crawled is a SharePoint repository, verify that the account you are using has "Full Read" permissions on the SharePoint Web Application being crawled.   (0x80041205)


    AT
    • Edited by Mike Walsh FIN Wednesday, May 18, 2011 3:06 PM don't write help needed in Titles
    Wednesday, May 11, 2011 8:08 PM

Answers

  • Hi Andre T,

     

    Could you please send your Alternate access mappings setting into the forum for analysis?

     

    Alternate Access Mapping (AAM) is designed for SharePoint content. It allows you to modify results URLs based on the access URLs for a site.  So, for the same result page,  a user accessing from an internal URL will see results with URLs matching the internal site, and a user  accessing from an external URL may get the same result set but with URLs matching the external site. For example, for the same set of SharePoint content, internal users use http://server to access the site, all the URLs they get in search results are prefixed with http://server/... ; external users use http://www.microsoft.com, all the search results they see are prefixed with http://www.microsoft.com.

     

    However, different Internet publishing technologies require different AAM settings. The normal alternate access mappings look like as follows:

     

    http://servername     Default       http://servername

    http://external.site   Internet     http://external.site

     

    For example, if you want to let users use http://drbc.rmls.com to access your SharePoint site, please use the following steps to configure the AAM:

     

    1. Browse to SharePoint Central Administration.

    2. Selected the Operations Tab.

    3. Click on Alternate Access Mappings.

    4. Select Change Alternate Access Mapping Collection from the Show All drop down.

    5. Select the name of your site from the list that appears.

    6. Click on Edit Public URLs.

    7. Add http://drbc.rmls.com to the extranet or internet textbox.

    8. Click Save.

     

    For the second and third issues, if they aren’t related to the first question. please post each of them in a new thread.

     

    For more information about configuring alternate access mapping, check the following articles:

     

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc261814(office.12).aspx

     

    http://blogs.msdn.com/sharepoint/archive/2007/03/06/what-every-sharepoint-administrator-needs-to-know-about-alternate-access-mappings-part-1.aspx

     

    Thanks,

    Rock Wang

    TechNet Subscriber Support in forum

    If you have any feedback on our support, please contact tngfb@microsoft.com


    Regards, Rock Wang Microsoft Online Community Support
    Thursday, May 12, 2011 3:40 AM

All replies

  • Hi,

    Please access the following links for guidance and instructions.

    Alternate Access Mapping:
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc263208(office.12).aspx

    Administrative and Service Accounts:
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc263445(office.12).aspx

    hth,


    Chirag Patel, MCTS
    @techChirag
    techChirag.com
    Wednesday, May 11, 2011 10:18 PM
  • Hi Andre T,

     

    Could you please send your Alternate access mappings setting into the forum for analysis?

     

    Alternate Access Mapping (AAM) is designed for SharePoint content. It allows you to modify results URLs based on the access URLs for a site.  So, for the same result page,  a user accessing from an internal URL will see results with URLs matching the internal site, and a user  accessing from an external URL may get the same result set but with URLs matching the external site. For example, for the same set of SharePoint content, internal users use http://server to access the site, all the URLs they get in search results are prefixed with http://server/... ; external users use http://www.microsoft.com, all the search results they see are prefixed with http://www.microsoft.com.

     

    However, different Internet publishing technologies require different AAM settings. The normal alternate access mappings look like as follows:

     

    http://servername     Default       http://servername

    http://external.site   Internet     http://external.site

     

    For example, if you want to let users use http://drbc.rmls.com to access your SharePoint site, please use the following steps to configure the AAM:

     

    1. Browse to SharePoint Central Administration.

    2. Selected the Operations Tab.

    3. Click on Alternate Access Mappings.

    4. Select Change Alternate Access Mapping Collection from the Show All drop down.

    5. Select the name of your site from the list that appears.

    6. Click on Edit Public URLs.

    7. Add http://drbc.rmls.com to the extranet or internet textbox.

    8. Click Save.

     

    For the second and third issues, if they aren’t related to the first question. please post each of them in a new thread.

     

    For more information about configuring alternate access mapping, check the following articles:

     

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc261814(office.12).aspx

     

    http://blogs.msdn.com/sharepoint/archive/2007/03/06/what-every-sharepoint-administrator-needs-to-know-about-alternate-access-mappings-part-1.aspx

     

    Thanks,

    Rock Wang

    TechNet Subscriber Support in forum

    If you have any feedback on our support, please contact tngfb@microsoft.com


    Regards, Rock Wang Microsoft Online Community Support
    Thursday, May 12, 2011 3:40 AM
  • I put this in the wrong formum.  As this is a 2010 question.  Thanks for the directions though!

     


    AT
    Thursday, May 12, 2011 8:51 PM
  • Hi Andre T,

     

    Thanks for your reply.

     

    If you have any questions about SharePoint server 2007 in the future, please feel free to reply to the forum.

     

    Thanks,

     

    Rock Wang

    TechNet Subscriber Support in forum

    If you have any feedback on our support, please contact tngfb@microsoft.com


    Regards, Rock Wang Microsoft Online Community Support
    Monday, May 16, 2011 2:28 AM
  • Hello.

    I'm getting a similar error but with an IP address.  

    Users or services are accessing the site http://abc.myteam.com with the URL http://211.55.156.244.  This may cause incorrect links to be stored or returned to users.  If this is expected, add the URL http://211.55.156.244 as an AAM response URL.

    My AMM are set up as below

    http://internal.site   Default     http://internal.site

    http://servername     Intranet       http://servername

     

    This is the log that shows up when my users try to edit a list item and get a page error. They are internal users obviously. 

     

    Thanks for your help.

    Terri

    Tuesday, December 13, 2011 3:44 PM
  • Not sure if this will help but it turned out for me that the issue was with how the DNS server was configured.  Basically, our IT group had to change some settings with the DNS to get it resolved.  On a side note, we had a part that was linked back to exchange.  Our security certificate was only designed to work with one URL entry or Server Name.   We had to change to a different type of certificate that allowed specification of more than one address.  The hang up was occurring when the cert authorized the official URL but did not authorize the specific exchange server (mail.compnay.com vs servername.company.com).  Because of this setup, servername.company.com was viewed as an unauthorized site.
    AT
    Tuesday, December 13, 2011 4:25 PM
  • Hi Rock,

    Will this error affect the perfomance of the site? The delay in response time such that connection timed out error is displayed..

    Thanks & Regards,

    Archana N

    Monday, February 4, 2013 12:30 PM