This has been working fine and AAM has been working perfectly so far... until (!) one of our IT Teachers started to create folders within a document library.
So - document library is at "https://gateway.domain.com/SLG/Teachers/ict/Staff%20Resources/Forms/AllItems.aspx"
When you hover over the folders within the document library the URL appears to be "AAM'd" correctly - e.g. "https://gateway.domain.cm/SLG/Teachers/ict/Staff%20Resources/Forms/AllItems.aspx?RootFolder=%2fSLG%2fTeachers%2fict%2 fStaff%20Resources%2fYear%2010&FolderCTID=&View=%7 bBC87E501%2dC934%2d44A1%2dB907%2dA0B1D1A74E8B%7d"
BUT... when you click the link it reverts to the internal URL, and thus externally you get a 404.
I'm confused... I don't get it. If you right-click the folder and choose copy-shortcut and paste it into the address bar the link will work.
Last edited by pantscat; 29th October 2008 at 10:29 AM.
I've followed both of those guides - but haven't carried out the "Extending an existing web application" part as I thought this was unnecessary as users access the site internally using the machine name rather than a DNS alias - is that correct or am I getting the wrong end of the stick?
Yep - using forms based authentication with ISA 2006.