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1/29/2014 9:06 PM

I am retiring a website and wish to have any traffic on that domain ( (which is now an alias in the new portal)) to a page within my new portal (

Could you please outline the required settings.

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1/30/2014 12:15 AM
well if the old page is using dnn you can go to Admin>Site Settings>Advanced Settings>Site Aliases and add the new site as a permanent redirect...
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1/30/2014 12:17 AM

All very well if the old portal still exists, and is the portal that IIS is directing the domain too... Neither of which is true...

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1/30/2014 12:41 AM
well hmmm... how about this: If you can access the old domain, set up a simple web config file.... then set it up for an automatic redirect by using the code below (edit as needed and remove the space after each<) let me know if this is what you are looking for:
< html>
< head>
< title>Redirect after 2 seconds
< /title>
< meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0; url=" />
< /head>
< body>
If your browser doesn't automatically redirect you within a few seconds,
you may want to go to "New Site Name" by clicking
< a href="">
< /a>
< /body>
< /html>
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1/30/2014 12:48 AM


Thanks for your efforts, but you've obviously not grasped the issue here.

The old portal no longer exists.

The old domain name is now a 'site alias' for the new portal.

So, unless you can contribute a solution via either the use of IIS URL rewriter ie regular expressions (something I'm not strong on), or the installation and configuration of a url redirect. Please stop 'helping' me.

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