Application URL

I have two applications running under the default website I need to allow users to access. This is a canned application(s) that were installed onto the server via an MSI. Currently to access the website/applications users go to and the webpage launches. I don't want users seeing the server name and or path. I would like to publish a DNS record so they can enter either or to access the webpage/applications. There are a total of 3 applications that run under the default website two of which users will be accessing.

I can do the DNS side but have no experience with the IIS and website side of things.

Thank you
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
In IIS you edit the bindingsbindings
Aaron TomoskyDirector of Solutions ConsultingCommented:
If they are running under default website it’s probably a * binding already. Test by using the server IP instead of dns name.

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agcsupportAuthor Commented:
adding the hostname did the trick. Thank you
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