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Add Shares to SBS Server 2011 Remote Access Web

Posted on 2016-08-29
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Last Modified: 2016-09-20
I need to add shares to the SBS 2011 Remote Access Web site.  Problem is the shares I need to add are located on another server, same lan.

I can't find a work around.
Question by:KRS12
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by:Cris Hanna
ID: 41775886
Remote Web Access will not support Shares on another server

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ID: 41776333
I found this article,


but not sure where to make the update.  When I change the line, it error's out because I think the config sections must also reference the new path?  Thoughts
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Cris Hanna earned 2000 total points
ID: 41777410
The article has been around for a long time.   If you are not familiar with IIS and web.config files, you can screw things up big time, so always have a copy of the original somewhere.

It's not supported by MS

So here's the line from the website

Let's say Server1 is your SBS box, called sbs.domain.local    Server2 is an file server called FS1.domain.local and Server3 is an accounting Server called acctg.domain.local

On the SBS box you want to share "usershares" and on Server2 you have a share called Pictures and Server three you have Share called Finance.

So you would have \\sbs.domain.local\usershares;\\FS1.domain.local\Pictures;\\acctg.domain.local
\Finance"    And ONLY these 3 shares would now show up in the main RWA Shares window.   If this does not make sense to you, then you should not pursue this or you should connect with a web Developer who understands editing the web.config file

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Author Comment

ID: 41806936
Thank you, it worked.

Author Comment

ID: 41806937
Solution worked
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Expert Comment

by:Cris Hanna
ID: 41806969
Glad to hear no additional issues came up as a result

Author Comment

ID: 41807215
Thank you again for your help!  This was a tough one.  :)

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