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2/15/2016 12:51 PM
 

I am running version 07.04.02.  I am exploring site alias behaviors:

  1. I have set "Site Alias Mapping Mode" to None and "Auto Add Site Alias" is not enabled.
  2. The Primary site alias is set to  for example www.abc.com.
  3. I have re-started the web site and cleared all cookies and history from the browser cache.
  4. If I try to navigate to abc.com I get redirected to www.abc.com (despite the settings above).
  5. Running Fiddler shows a response header "X-Redirect-Reason: Wrong Portal Alias Requested".

It looks like the Url mapper is redirecting abc.com to www.abc.com by default?


 
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2/16/2016 6:12 AM
 

I omitted to write that Fiddler shows a 301 redirect is taking place from abc.com to www.abc.com.

 
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