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5/9/2014 6:03 PM
 

Challenge!

On my dedicated server my goal was to disable sql Svr 2012 & only use SQL Svr 2014 for two URL's one DB.

I had error exporting the DB so did Export Site Template and got the two sites working with temporary URL in 2014 DB.

Portal 1 works OK when IIS changes to the new DIrectory, but Portal 0 does not & has 404 error.  They both have the same App Pool & both still work with temp url.  The portal primary URL is set for the new final URL on both.

Thanks in advance to any suggestions.

Lee

 
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5/11/2014 3:35 AM
 
Lee,
for switching from SQL Server 2012 to 2014, perform a database backup and restore (this doesn't work for downgrades).

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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