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We’re going to be doing a lot of work with new URLs, both public and internal. All of these URLs are
still dependent on DNS to function. Make sure your DNS server can resolve any URL you create and
it points the client to the SharePoint server. Remember that all URLs need to map to an IP address
eventually, and they need DNS to do that.
To extend a web application, follow these steps:
1. To extend a web application in Central Administration, click the Manage Web
Applications link in the Application Management category.
2. Choose the web application you want to extend (my example is http://spf2:8080), and
click the Extend button in the ribbon. This will take you to the Extend Web Application
To Another IIS Web Site page. See Figure 10.71.
FIGURE 10.71
The Extend Web
Application To
Another IIS Web
Site page
3. Under IIS Web Site, create a new IIS Web Site; mine is called Blogs Outside in the
description. Assign it to port 80, and enter the URL you’d like it to have; my example is, in the Host Header field.
4. Under Security Configuration, leave Allow Anonymous Access disabled, leave SSL
disabled, and leave NTLM selected.
5. Leave the Sign In Page URL at the default.
6. Under Public URL, leave the new default (mine is,
and set the zone to Internet . You can set the zone to any of the four zones that have not
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