I'm banging my head against a brick wall here trying to setup an alternate access mapping for an intranet site in SharePoint 2007. I have a default site setup which has the following public default URL:
I want users to access the site using the URL http://Intranet
Now from reading about alternate access mappings I thought this should be as simple as adding an internal url of
http://intranet under the intranet zone. With this set up I preceded to add the binding to the IIS website. I added the binding with All Assigned IP addresses, port 2586, and host as Intranet.
The final thing I did to check this was to add an entry to the hosts file for the server IP address with the host name of intranet. This was followed by a flush of the DNS cache on the server.
Whgen trying to access the site using the URL i now get the IIS7 welcome page, but not the SharePoint site I expected.
Can anyone point me in the direction of what i've done wrong, Its got me stumped.
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