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4/1/2016 12:03 PM
 
Hello,

on a dnn 7.4.2 instance if one sets the URLs to 'advanced' in the web.config they are turned on for all portals. In my case, due to some apps limitations I have to disable them on a specific portal. I tried unticking some settings by means of the URL Management module (portal version) but I did not succeed.
I noticed that the AUM_ parameters are per portal, thus it should be possible to turn it off, but how? I would need just the default 'friendly' on a selected portal (now called site, I guess).

Alternatively I tried to play with the regex in order to exclude a menu item (and its descendants), but I get a 404, after having cleared cache and all the rest. I suppose my regex syntax was wrong (I'd add "(!\shop)" or similar combinations). If I have a page called mydomain.com/shop with a few subapges, what is the regex to add to exclude it from the advanced rewrite?

Has anybody tried it yet?

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4/1/2016 12:21 PM
 
I am not aware of an option for specifying URL format per site, sorry.
The URL handler is executing based on web.config settings, within the site you may only specify further url and routing directions

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