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Bindings and host headers in IIS7

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Hi Experts just checking whether the scenario below is possible. I have a website in IIS7 with bindings (domain.com and www.domain.com) is it possible to create another website on the same IIS box and bind it to say support.domain.com? I have been trying to do this and each time I try the page cannot be found
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Yes but you have to update your dns records to add it as you did with www. + basedomain.com, support. + basedomain.com
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