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IIS 7.0 change the welcome page to show my web site home page

Posted on 2014-09-12
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I need to change the welcome page to index.shtml so when folks hit my domain name they go right to the home page of the web site.  How can I do this preferably from the interface so nothing else get's impacted?
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Winkey + r
inetmgr
expand the computer node
Click on your site
In feature view
Click default document
in action pane click add
in the name box type index.shtml
in the actions pane move that file to the top of the list.
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by:kdschool
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I did this and it did not fix it.  I had to go to the actual server level and that worked instead of the site.  Weird not sure why it would not work from the default web site but it would not.  You got me there.
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