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Where can I find the location of my companyweb page?

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Hey all -

I have an SBS 2008 server and from my intranet (on any network PC) I can access http://companyweb just fine.  Several months ago we had some issues and I wound up having to jump through all sorts of hoops to make the companyweb work again.  I'm not even sure exactly what was done to make it all work again but I'm certain the SharePoint database was changed.  Everything works now except the link from withing the Remote Web Workplace when logged in from an external location.  How can i go about locating where this site is located and how can I redirect the link from within RWW to allow users to access the companyweb?  HELP!

- Chris in San Antonio
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Right click on the website and select open and you will be taken to the folder where the website is pointing to.
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I assume you mean from within IIS Manager?  From within the IIS Manager, I can see my site, but there is no option for "Open" when I right click on the site.  I can see the folder where the site data is located, but how can I redirect the "Internal Website" button/link from Remotw Web Workplace to allow for the new "companyweb" page to be viewed?
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This was like finding a needle in a haystack.
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