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Sus index.htm in default website on iis

Posted on 2004-08-10
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Hello,

I started working on a already established network last week.

On their IIS server they already have the default web site set up for their exchange web access page.  Trouble is that this page uses index.html and SUS wants to use the same space.  Is there anyway to put Sus somewhere other than the default web site or some other way to redirect the update service to the shared default web site?

Thanks

Tanya Harper
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Create a new site in IIS and use host headers (name the host SUS, as example) to specify where it goes.  SUS will work on another port (81 for example) but there were some downfalls in doing so.
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