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Cannot access sites from Application server

Posted By:      Posted Date: November 04, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 

I have a setup with a dedicated application server, three front-end servers and an SQL server. From the front-end servers and from the outside, I can access all my sites just fine. However, from the Application server, I can only access the Central Administration.

Whenever I try to access the sites I simply get this message:

Error
File not found

All application pools are running just fine, I am an administrator and should have access, and as said, the sites work fine from any other computer/server.

This also results in a lot of errors in the event log with ID 2424, because the indexing search service is running from the App server.
Example:

The update cannot be started because the content sources cannot be accessed. Fix the errors and try the update again.

Context: Application 'ssp.intranet', Catalog 'Portal_Content'

 




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