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Prevent SharePoint Server Name in URL

Posted on 2013-01-23
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Hello,

In our environmnet we have personal/my sites disabled.  When you click on a user name it is redirected to Central Admin to view the GAL information.  However when a user click on a name the URL goes from http://companysite to http://servername:portnumber....  

Could some help explain how I can change that so it can go though a registered DNS rather than the server name?  Will a Alternate access mapping help for this?  

Thanks!
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Question by:DCKevin
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by:kukdai
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what do you mean by redirected to Central Admin your users have access to Central Admin.
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How did you created the site, have you used hostheaders for the port being used and add in the DNS...
Alternate mapping can help but i hope your are not talking about changing the URL of Central Admin Site....
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by:DCKevin
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Sorry.  Not Central Admin but a seperate web application that will pull the global address list.  

I'll try playing around with the AAM.  There hasn't been any hostheaders setup for the port.

Thanks
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Mohit Nair earned 250 total points
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Extend the web application in another zone with your required url and that should solve your problem.
Dont directly make a url entry in AAM settings.
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by:DCKevin
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I haven't had a chance to follow through with this but think this will work once I get a chance to try it.
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