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Re-routing the default URL

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 29, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

Currently the URL “intranet.sph.uic.edu” is going to the My sites default information,  We have turned off my sites and now that url goes to an error page.


The question I have is how to adjust the “intranet.sph.uic.edu” URL to go to the site I have created located at “intranet.sph.uic.edu/sites/intranet”???



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