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3/18/2014 4:21 PM
 

We have 2 domain names:

www.domain.com
domain2.com (different name than the first and without the www)

We recently updated DNN to 6.02.  What we need is for domain2.com to go to domain.com (the first name, but no www in front of it).  I went to Admin > Site Settings > Advanced Settings > Site Aliases and can easily set up domain2.com to go to www.domain.com because the Default Alias is set to www.domain.com.  However, to get it to go to domain.com, it seems I can't do without setting another alias.  Can I set up a secondary alias of domain.com (which is the Default Alias without the www) that I can get domain2.com to redirect to?

Thank you for any help or direction you can give me
Gina


 
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3/18/2014 6:30 PM
 
see http://support.powerdnn.com/kb/a367/h... for some suggestions (typically you use sitealias and set it to redirect)

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