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virtual host in IIS7

Posted on 2013-05-14
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i have an intranet server. Before this server was using apache has web server. For some reason i had to change it to iis7

the problem is i dont know how to do vhost.


what i want to do is that

my ad domain name is gcinetwork.local

i want to access those web adress

crm.gcinetwork.local
sale.gcinetwork.local

thanks
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The configuration depends on how your sites are setup, if you are going to use just one default site with default configurations, you just need to create DNS records and point to your IIS server, if you need to create two separate sites on same server then you need to configure binding etc.

Check this guide.
http://download.microsoft.com/download/2/D/8/2D863347-3AFF-48A6-9FCF-EC6554C18DCF/Apache%20to%20IIS%207%200%20Migration%20Guide.doc

Check this IIS official site too.
http://www.iis.net/
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