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Create a Portal site on SharePoint 2010

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I have a Portal site http://Portal created in SharePoint 2010.

How to create another Portal (actually the content is different from the other)  with url access http://Portal:8081 

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by:Rainer Jeschor
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Hi,

open SharePoint Central administration and create a new web application. Set the URL to http://poral and set the port to 8081 and create a new application pool (best practice is to segregate web apps).
Then create a new root site collection for the new portal.

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Rainer
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by:AXISHK
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I need to keep the existing one but create another one with different port access. that portal has different content.

any screen dump to assist me further
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by:Rainer Jeschor
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Hi,
the above procedure will create an independent second web application with the different port.
I will have access to a dev environment later today, then I can make some screenshots.

KR
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by:Walter Curtis
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In addition to the great advice from Rainer, here is a link to some generic that may be of assistance to you:

http://community.spiceworks.com/how_to/show/47537-sharepoint-2010-creating-new-web-application
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Rainer Jeschor earned 300 total points
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Hi,
and here the screenshot documented way:
1. Open SharePoint Central Administration and click on "Manage Web Applications"
2. Click on "New" in the top ribbon (and you can see I have already a web app with http://portal - based on a team site)
Start create new web app3. Enter appropriate values into the New Web app popup
New Web App Properties - Part 1New Web App Properties - Part 24. After successful Web App creation use the link to create a root site collection
Web App created5. Enter appropriate values and select right template
Create site collection properties6. Site collection created successfully
Site Collection created7. Opened both portals in different IE windows
Teamsite (portal:80) and blog site (portal:8081)
IE side by side portals
HTH
Rainer
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by:Walter Curtis
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If you have any further questions - ask!!

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