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I have currently created a new homepage for our business with SharePoint.  I am needing to have the site accessed outside of the office.  Our current SharePoint homepage is assessable using Shareplus app and browsing outside of the office.  I tried using the IIS and alternate routing within SharePoint central admin, but nothing is working.
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Are you wanting anonymous access or authenticated only access?
If no anonymous, do you require a forms based authentication or is NTLM ok?
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I think I got that aspect resolved, but I need to know how to disable the mobile site and have the sharepoint site shown "as is" on mobile and desktops outside of the office when browsing to them.  It works fine through the app called SharePlus.
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Oh I see.

Take a look at the following site: http://joranmarkx.wordpress.com/2011/12/05/how-to-disable-mobile-view-in-sharepoint-2010/

We use the second option (modify the compat.browser file) for our public facing site
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