RE: Publishing a SharePoint Web Site Accessible to External Users
- From: "Chuck" <Chuck@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 31 May 2005 16:21:44 -0700
The syntax that I use is https://servername.domainname.com:444. This seems to
Another way to find out if the sharepoint site is publishing is to use:
https://servername.domainname.com/Remote. If connct to my company website is
an option the site is publishing.
Hope this helps,
"Justin Swall" wrote:
> Make sure that port 444 is routed through your firewall to the SBS server,
> and ensure that the clients attempting to connect are using https: not http:.
> Although other sites such as Remote Web Workplace will automatically switch
> to SSL if you forget to put in https:, SharePoint services will not. Ensure
> that you're testing your domain like this:
> If you are still having problems after trying this please reply to this
> "Makor" wrote:
> > I have diligently followed the guidelines provided in a Microsoft document
> > with the title "Publishing a SharePoint Web Site Accessible to External
> > Users" on 2 SBS 2003 systems - with the same failed results. No site will
> > actually open and the error given in the browser is the page is unavailable.
> > Does anyone have guidelines we could follow to host a sharepoint web site
> > externally on a 1 NIC SBS 2003 server sitting behind a firewall?
> > Thanks
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