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    Http 500 error after removing IIS8 from web.config

    getting a http 500 error as soon as I edit the web.config file to remove the IIS8 settings as instructed from the video! Any advice?

    My server is 2012 R2 with sharepoint installed - only thing I have done differently is install within the sharepoint folder as the default site couldn't co-exist with the port 80 sharepoint installation, I also tried shanging the default site to port 81 but came up with the same error as soon as I modified the web.config file as instructed to on the video

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    Are you aware that you should really be using port 443 to transfer data encrypted via SSL?

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    On the server browse to hap, it should give you an error page of what is wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by fairm010 View Post
    Are you aware that you should really be using port 443 to transfer data encrypted via SSL?
    yes but for testing purposes i'm just trying to get it to work first

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickbro View Post
    On the server browse to hap, it should give you an error page of what is wrong
    Still get the same http 500 error!?

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    You shouldn't get hidden errors on the server, it should give you a whole page of what is wrong, try using Firefox/Chrome

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    even in chrome it just forwards to the setup.aspx page with This Webpage is not available

    Any ideas?

    EDIT: o.k i removed the s from http and am able to continue now with the setup
    Last edited by chrisjako; 9th June 2014 at 02:19 PM.

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    Sounds like a binding issue, the fact that you can't see the full error message on the server is very worrying

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