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jodycarter (07-22-08, 06:33 PM)
hi there...im not sure if this can be done or if its aam or what but i
want a url which links through to a subsite of my sharepoint site. i
want it to keep the url and for the links to contain the url also.

ive read a lot about aam but cant see/figure out how to do this - it
just seems to be for linking your main url to the main sharepoint
site, ie, to .

any help on this would be much appreciated.

Jody
Rick V (07-23-08, 06:01 AM)
Do you want to show within

If so you use "Page Viewer Web Part". Worked for me.

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jodycarter (07-23-08, 11:20 AM)
Hi, thanks for the reply.

No, I dont want to use an iframe or similar - I want users to be able
to go to and view .
Hopefully updating the links etc and keeping the url.

cheers,
Jody

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jodycarter (07-23-08, 12:39 PM)
Im just wondering...is this what im looking for (!?):



if i were to extend my web application, put it on a different port
(and have sharepoint point at my subsite) and then set up in iis my
new domain to point at the port number, would that work?

Thanks in advance,
Jody

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Todd Klindt [WSS MVP] (07-28-08, 01:58 AM)
This will map to , it won't
do exacly what you're trying to do. I don't know of any way to remap
content without the structure out of the box. You might be able to do this
with ISA or some othre reverse proxy software.

tk
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Im just wondering...is this what im looking for (!?):



if i were to extend my web application, put it on a different port
(and have sharepoint point at my subsite) and then set up in iis my
new domain to point at the port number, would that work?

Thanks in advance,
Jody

On Jul 23, 10:20 am, jodycar...@gmail.com wrote:
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jodycarter (07-28-08, 02:29 PM)
okay...thanks for the reply anyway.

On Jul 28, 12:58 am, "Todd Klindt [WSS MVP]" <use>
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