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Remote Web Workplace: Change Installation Location

Posted on 2006-11-20
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I know, again, again...

It appears I have installed the RWW in the Default Web Site location in IIS with Exchange.
It seems I should have this in it's own folder?

Q? - How do I reinstall the RWW to place in its own IIS folder?
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy earned 500 total points
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What makes you think that you did this?  Are you looking at this page when you go to http://localhost on your server?
http://sbsurl.com/welcomepage.jpg

That is not RWW.

What happens when you go to http://localhost/remote on your server?

You should see the RWW login screen.

Jeff
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The RWW works as expected when navigating properly.
My thought was that it should have been installed in its own folder.
But all works just fine.  Thanks!
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Ok... that's where it belongs, because it's a subfolder of your default site (which is how the SSL certificate gets shared among your sites).

Jeff
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