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8/13/2014 4:13 AM
 

I was having some troubles with my friendlyURL's and silly me I went ahead and deleted one of the rules on the Host Settings page.

The rule I deleted was:
Match: [^?]*/TabID/(\d+)(.*)
Replace with: ~/Default.aspx?TabId=$1

Now I'm not able to put it back because I can't access my Host pages anymore! :(

Does anyone know how I can fix this?? Thanks a million in advance!

 
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8/13/2014 4:42 AM
 

Solved it! 
These rules seem to be stored in a file named SiteURLs.Config in the root of the site.
All I had to do was put the rule back and it's fine again!

 
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