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7/24/2015 7:03 AM
 

Hello,

I have installed a DNN site in a server . It is currently in the root IIS wwwroot folder and it works properly. The pages are in http://localhost/en-us/page1 mode.

The problem is that when I added a public IP in the site aliases I had a db connection error which you can see if you try to reach http://84.205.222.92 by your browsers. Can you please tell me what else do I have to change so the site can be public?

The next step will be the domain assignment (which I have already added in the site aliases) so if there is an additional procedure in order to match the contents to the domain I would be grateful If you could also point it out.

Thank you in advance

 
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