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Since this is a virtual machine, I go back to the Hyper-V manager on my host and take a snapshot. Great stuff Gary!Question:I am trying to extend stsadm to add two parameters to the extendvsinwebfarm operation. port # and "description (V Dir)I am using this class:SPExtendVsInWebFarmMy approach must be off becuase what seems simple is giving me problems.Is that the correct class to build from?Thanks,DennisSorry if this TechNet tells us this is required if you want any content to be accessible anonymously and, later, you can restrict anonymous access.

I'm going to leave it as No and click OK. Gary, first of all thanks for sharing your hard work with us. I'm currently only doing what the out of the box extendvs command does but just exposing additional parameters. It tells me I've got enough disk space and click Next.

description A valid text string, such as "This is a description" No Description of the site collection. Copy the to <%WebExtensions%\12\CONFIG>2. I enter it twice and click Next here  and again on the Summary page. Content marketing has become an integral part of running a successful tech business, so it is wise to be informed.

We are running NTLM on the whole farm and Web Applications can be created successfully from the Central Administration interface. Exploded Suffixes How to deal with players rejecting the question premise Which day of the week is today? Sed replace specific line in file What are Imperial officers wearing here? The URL entered here is the one used to reference the web application / site collections in any future stsadm commands that take a URL argument.With your command, if you do

Hi Gary,This example you've posted is absolutely awesome. Now the Technet page is good in that it sets some expecations. now can create web application ... January 22, 2008 at 8:16 PM Gary Lapointe said...

Here's the command I ran (anonymized). What are "desires of the flesh"? Manage Your Profile | Site Feedback Site Feedback x Tell us about your experience... Any suggestions for where to look?

The wizard checks for naming conflicts and gives me a NetBiosName: MYNEWDOMAIN. Now back to work.. Otherwise you'll have to do it through the browser - there's not currently a command to set the default search indexer for the web application. I always run as my setup account which is a local admin; I also do most of my testing on Svr2008R2 (not sure if that makes a difference but...).

Wednesday, October 31, 2007 Create Web Application It's been a couple of weeks since my last post - I've been traveling and taking some needed vacation time. If not specified then the directory will be c:\inetpub\wwwroot\wss\virtualdirectories\{hostheader}{port} -directory c:\moss\webs\portal -dir c:\moss\webs\portal port p No The port number for the web application. This parameter is disabled if -donotcreatesite is passed in. -ownerlogin domain\user1 -ol domain\user1 owneremail oe Yes - unless -donotcreatesite is passed in The email address of the owner of the site This time, I pass five out of five.

ownername A valid display name, such as "John Smith" No The display name of the Web application owner. I tell it to use the same account for all services. For this second try, I was considering alternatives. I enter MyNewDomain.com and click Next.

After the reboot, I go back to add the ADDS role and click Next. I wonder if maybe it's a permissions issue? sethostheader No Works in conjunction with the url parameter. Here it barfs on dynamic IP address.

The Windows Server install starts up and asks some rudimentaty setup questions. Installing Windows. A better way to evaluate a certain determinant How to mount a disk image from the command line? I used the right arrow to change it to ENABLED and press escape, save and exit.

Edited by Todd I Thursday, August 13, 2009 6:42 PM added question Thursday, August 13, 2009 3:40 PM Reply | Quote Answers 2 Sign in to vote This turned out to I'll have the fixed build up this evening. The dialog box indicates that it's Processing and shows me an orbiting ball. Microsoft offers this download that's also good for 180 days.

This seemed a bit annoying to me so I decided to do some digging. December 11, 2007 at 8:04 AM Remon said...