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5/14/2014 3:30 AM

I have a site that another person (who cannot be reached) has inserted a redirect into the site's response to force navigation to a different site. That is, the HTTP response header contains a Location parameter.

Where would I locate this code so that I can remove it from the response? Note that I cannot edit the home page because when I try and access it for editing it, it just redirects to the designated redirect site. As another clue, when I try and access the Admin > Site Settings page, it also causes the redirect to happen. But the other Admin options navigate properly.


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5/14/2014 4:49 AM
you may check IIS website configuration and default.aspx, however there are other options like DNN website settings or any extensions.

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5/14/2014 7:53 AM
Hi Terry
you can also check in any redirection rule added in the Admin> Site redirection management .

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5/14/2014 12:57 PM
it could be in a number of places - I suggest using to search the database for the url of the site that is redirected to, and to FTP down a copy of the site and search through all the files for the same.

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5/16/2014 6:48 PM
I had an extra URL added to the Portal Alias tables (I was playing around with languages) - that caused a nasty redirect - I had to delete it using SQL...


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