SBS2003 - Multiple websites with std websites left intact

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Warren O'Reilly, Jul 6, 2004.

  1. Hi There,

    I am a bit new to the SBS environment and find all the new technologies very
    new and exciting. I have the whole server running in perfect order.

    My end goal is to leave all the standard websites and configue some more
    website on this installation of SBS. this installation is for a small site
    with 10 users and we have decised not to install ISA. We have a single
    network card in the box, Exchange and users are configures and working.
    SPservices is in use by the users.

    I need to setup another internal site for internal use. Can somebody give
    me some pointers as to configure this?

    I have created the new website in IIS but I assume I need to configure
    settings in the DNS?


    Warren O'Reilly, Jul 6, 2004
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    John Harris Guest

    The easiest way is to go to the CREATE page from the companyweb site. There
    you can choose the type oof page, who can access it, the look of it etc, and
    then they can link to it through the companyweb page. I created one for my
    Research and Planning Departemtn located at http://companyweb/research, then
    gave each member of that team a desktop shortcut to it.
    I LOVE this SharePoint stuff.
    John Harris, Jul 6, 2004
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  3. Yes that could work but the correct but I would want to setup the website as
    a stand alone internal website.
    Warren O'Reilly, Jul 7, 2004
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    John Harris Guest

    Oh I want to basically replace the companyweb page? I think you
    can redesign it in FrontPage if you know that code. Have not read much about
    it honestly.
    John Harris, Jul 7, 2004
  5. NO... I want to have all the standard websites loaded by default.
    I want to have a site in the domain like http://myownsite.
    Warren O'Reilly, Jul 8, 2004
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