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Transitioning to Community Server

Last post Wed, Apr 2 2008 1:47 PM by JDunagan. 3 replies.
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  • Sun, Mar 23 2008 9:21 AM

    • JDunagan
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    • Joined on Sun, Jul 16 2006
    • Naples, FL
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    Transitioning to Community Server

    I've got Community Server pushed up to our vps, including the databases it generated and I modified locally, and I've got a SQL server instance including an url and credentials.

    The trick, the way I see it, is to move the database from my local up to the VPS, attach it to the SQL instance that's available, get SQL running on the instance, and then configure the Community Server that is loaded to access the database that we just attached up.

    I think.

    :crosses fingers.

    Naples .Net Developer Group
    http://www.naplesdot.net
  • Fri, Mar 28 2008 7:53 AM In reply to

    • JDunagan
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    • Joined on Sun, Jul 16 2006
    • Naples, FL
    • Posts 33

    Re: Transitioning to Community Server

    Now I'm installed, but I can't log in as admin to get the site set up. It's pretty, looking all default and whatnot, but I need to set permissions or something.

    Naples .Net Developer Group
    http://www.naplesdot.net
  • Fri, Mar 28 2008 7:56 PM In reply to

    • JDunagan
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    • Joined on Sun, Jul 16 2006
    • Naples, FL
    • Posts 33

    Re: Transitioning to Community Server

    I'm all set up - on the IP address. As soon as I can figure out where to change it so that it recognizes logins at the domain name, we're gonna be golden.

    Naples .Net Developer Group
    http://www.naplesdot.net
  • Wed, Apr 2 2008 1:47 PM In reply to

    • JDunagan
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    • Joined on Sun, Jul 16 2006
    • Naples, FL
    • Posts 33

    Re: Transitioning to Community Server

    Continuing the fine tradition of replying to myself, I can now report that this is all about the DNS. Whether it's the DNS server, or the host settings, I do not know.

    Naples .Net Developer Group
    http://www.naplesdot.net
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