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Configuring web.config for RSS WebParts

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Configuring web.config for RSS WebParts

English Today, I’ve got an enquiries from one of our users, who could not configure their RSS WebParts. I know from the errors message, its related with proxy and authentication – but in fact he was trying to get feed from internal server. So, what is the situation? We have internal domain with suffix *.mib , however some of our internal server doesn’t have internal name or lies across the region.

Howto: Configure Alternate Access Mapping

Howto Series : Administration « Ideas for free - Sep 4, 2009 […] page layouts availability in web site. 3. Howto enable debuging in SharePoint Web Application. 4. Howto configure alternate access mapping. 5. Howto remove My Site or My Links […] [Ram]( “[email protected]”) - Oct 5, 2009 Hi, Thank you for your information, I have created an intranet portal in share point & URL is http://servername:550. All the users in the office where share point server is situated are accessing the site very friendly.

Howto: Configure Alternate Access Mapping

English Alternate Access Mapping (AAM) is alternate URL address defined to access the same SharePoint site. For example, if you have SharePoint site to serve internal and external users – then you will consider AAM. Using AAM – we can also define different authentication method to the incoming request. For example, internal user will use Windows Integrated Authentication – while external user will use Form Based Authentication. How-to configure alternate access mapping?