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1/26/2017 7:34 AM
 
Hello
Is it correct to say that the primary checkbox is only used in conjunction with Redirect Mode?
Also, a site alias entry in the list that is marked as Primary is meaningless if the mode is Canonical. Right?
Can anyone point me to an information resource that explains the Site Aliases section in some detail?
This is a dangerous configuration setting. A wrong configuration here can make a website inaccessible.

Daniel
 
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1/26/2017 3:27 PM
 
primary is relevant for both, redirect (for all users) and canonical (for search bots only)

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