Billy J. Younts, Jr. ( (no email) )
Tue, 29 Jul 1997 17:39:16 -0400

I used the NT Resourse Kit as a reference.

Assign the IP to the NIC and then set up the virtual server "home" to point
to the directory you want as your virutal server home directory.

Thank you.
Billy J. Younts

-----Original Message-----
From: Jason Hess <>
To: <>
Date: Monday, July 28, 1997 7:59 AM
Subject: Re: IIS

>peter kahn wrote:
>> Can anyone advise where we can get information as to setting up IIS with
virtual domains. The problems we are experiencing is that all the domains on
the server points to our default homepage
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> The Microsoft Knowledge Base has some valuable information, as well as
>some of the postings that went over this list a little over a
>week ago. I can outline the steps for you:
>1. Select an IP for the virtual domain. Bind that IP to the ethernet
>card in the Advanced TCP/IP options.
>2. In IIS, choose the directory for the virtual. Make that directory a
>home directory. Under virtual server, enter the IP address of the
>virtual that you bound to the ethernet card.
>3. The rest should be handled with DNS....
> Good Luck,
> Jason Hess
> CIOE Corporation
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