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    Sharepoint Services 3.0 External Access

    Hello,
    We are currently running ISA 2004 and have sharepoint services 3.0 running on a different server.

    Internally sharepoint is functioning correctly however externally the links that are automatically created by sharepoint that don’t have the /default .aspx will not work externally (e.g the home page link).

    If the link has /default.aspx it will work externally. Is there a way of amending these links or another way round this problem. We have looked into changing these links in sharepoint designer without success.

    For example our external link is 24hrs.stlukes-southsea.org.uk. If you go to this link the page will not display, however if you include /default.aspx on the end of the link the page will open.

    Any help would be much appreciated,

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    Re: Sharepoint Services 3.0 External Access

    Hi Adam,

    Check out the link translation options in your web publishing rule. This will allow you to translate your links and may help you correct this issue.

    Ash.

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    Re: Sharepoint Services 3.0 External Access

    Sharepoint will handle link translation. See Alternate Access Mapping in Central Admin>Operations>Global Config.

    I have two IIS sites setup mapped to the same web app, one for internal use with just integrated auth enabled, and the second with basic enabled for external access. The reason for doing this (from memory) was that when both authentication methods are enabled on a single site, users have to prefix their username with domain name when using basic, but using basic without integrated allows you to specify a default domain in IIS.

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