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7/14/2016 9:14 AM
 

I have created an auto-portal setup. I have a form that the user fills in some information and then the portal is created with a bunch of default settings and whatnot. It's working great except...I still have to go in and manually bind their alias in IIS. Is there a way to automate the binding?

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7/14/2016 2:01 PM
 

 

OK. Figured this one out. When the original server admin set up the site, he removed the wildcard binding from IIS and hardcoded all the different aliases in. I removed the alias bindings, added the wildcard binding back in and everything seems to be working just fine.
 
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