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7/10/2015 1:18 PM
 
 

Good afternoon, I need assistance in moving a DNN 5 website to a new server, but I can’t get the website to load.  I get the following error: HTTP 400 Bad Request

I notice in SQL that the account listed in the web.config is talking to the database because I see the connection to DNNCore in the SQL activity monitor.  It creates a new process each time I try to connect with Internet Explorer.  I actually got part of my website logo to appear after I killed all of these processes on SQL.  What should I try next?  Here is what I have done:

 

I have installed the website to the same version of Windows (2003) and IIS 6.

I have installed the same version of SQL 2005 to the new server and mounted the database with the same name as the live website.

I have copied over the entire directory of web files from INETPUB, maintained the same directory structure, and set up everything I could find in inetmgr the same as the live website.  .net 2.0 is selected

I verified the accounts listed in the web.config can access the database from SQL studio express, using the passwords in the file.

The website operates fine on the live server. 

Thanks,
John

 
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