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Posted By:      Posted Date: September 01, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
In a 1 WFE + 1 Indexer + 1 cluster SQL server environment, I was creating a web application through central admin. After the web app got created I noticed that I don't see the IIS website in the WFE although I am seeing it in Index server. I noticed that wss timer service was stopped in the WFE and restarted it. Then I killed the provisioning task from timer job definitions. Now I am not able to see the web app in the Central Admin (List of web applications). When I am trying to create an alternate web app using the same host header, SharePoint is complaining  "Your URL" is already routed to the Default zone of another application. Remove that mapping or use a different URL.  How can I remove the mapping unless I can see the web app in Central Admin? Thanks

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