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Every website points to IIS7 logo

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All of the sudden every website we typ in, points to our server, the IIS7 logo.
What the hell just happend?

Server is a SBS 2011, fresh install, about 2 months old.
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by:Sanjay Santoki
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Hello,

Make sure websites are not stopped due to binding conflict. Also, check whether you have correct default document configured.

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Sanjay Santoki
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It appears there was a sharepoint service not running
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It appears there was a sharepoint service not running
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