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So, when you use mydomain.homeserver.com:443, which should go to the WHS2011 server, it actually does go to the WHS2011 server. The only issue you have is that the background seems wrong. Does this jive with what you're seeing?

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So, when you use mydomain.homeserver.com:443, which should go to the WHS2011 server, it actually does go to the WHS2011 server. The only issue you have is that the background seems wrong. Does this jive with what you're seeing?

No, though I do wonder how the background can change just when using the MS DDNS and I think the issue is linked to not being able to access the WSE.

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Let's forget about the background for the moment. The bottom line is that mydomain.homeserver.com:443 is being forwarded to the WHS2011 server, right?

 

Why don't you jump into HSS Chat. This would likely go faster, and not pollute this thread with tons of tiny posts.

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Should we be able to access the WSE even without using the Anywhere Access wizard?


Let's forget about the background for the moment. The bottom line is that mydomain.homeserver.com:443 is being forwarded to the WHS2011 server, right?

 

Why don't you jump into HSS Chat. This would likely go faster, and not pollute this thread with tons of tiny posts.

Okay, will do, thanks.

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We can report a successful configuration, after an afternoon in chat!!

 

Look for a blog post coming soon.

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Yes, a classic case of people putting their heads together to wrestle a problem to the ground. Some important things were discovered/learned about running more than one home server on a LAN and having Remote Web Access to both of them.

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I would just like to thank both of you for an immense effort beyond the call of duty. Yes, some very strange things were seen when the configuration was not to the liking of WSE. We are most grateful.

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A quick epilogue and another cry for help!

 

The update first :) The resolution took place on an image of an installation with an old local domain name that happened to be sat handy on a drive after the original issue severely corrupted the system drive we intended to use. So, today we intended to restore an image of the required drive to a disk and carry on. Now, we usually take multiple images with different products, but on this occasion only had one because we have been messing about with multiple configurations. Needless to say, it failed to restore. There lies a lesson in itself! There is no such thing as too much redundancy. Anyway, we tried a repair on the original image for interest to no avail, demonstrating just how badly the issue upset it. We ended up reinstalling as the server consisted of little more than a system drive at this point anyway and as it would all now be a very standard installation with default ports involved, it should be no issue. It was not and everything is lovely. Thanks again ikon and jmwills for a gargantuan effort.

 

Now the cry for help. Having disconnected a WHS client during the process above in order to join it to the WSE temporarily, we tried to reconnect it to the WHS today. Unfortunately, there was no response to <servername or internal IP>/connect or http://<servername or internal IP>/connect:55000. Upon investigation in IIS, it appears the default website is not behaving correctly, though it can be reached in IIS. It has a question mark on the globe logo, and restart in IIS does not resolve the issue. Might this be connected with the binding changes? We didn't want to start poking about without asking as it may be something easy.

 

Many thanks :)

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