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4/26/2019 4:48 AM
 

Hello there, 

I'm using DNN 9.2.2. I've managed to get our site up and running, but now our host provider requires us to adapt to new circumstances.

At the moment, our app is accessible through the root of the domain, e.g. www.ourapp.com. Our hosting provider now wants our app to be accessible through www.host.com/ourapp. 

I've managed to access the app, but now all images/css/js are giving 404 codes. DNN tries to get them from /Portals, but it should get them from /ourapp/portals

How can achieve his with DNN? Help will be much appreciated, I've been going crazy for the last weeks.

Thank you in advance,

AAN

 
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4/28/2019 6:43 AM
 
That should not be a problem if that folder is made an application in IIS. After doing that the app will run at www.domain.com/app. You may also want to add a redirection for www.app.com to www.domain.com/app

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