Rich Gizzie

OK...I configured Sharepoint to use 443 and then got a cert. But I can only get to it from a browser on the same domain. Besides DNS enteries is there any other setting in sharepoint to make it accessible over the internet Do I have to extend the web app I noticed a drop down when you extend it that has internet, intranet, extranet, etc.

Any help would be great.

Rich



Re: SharePoint - Setup, Upgrade, Administration and Operation Making site viewable on internet

VetteKerry

Does this help

  1. Enable anonymous access for a web application from the Central Admin.

    Central Admin Home Page > Application Management > Authentication Providers > select the Membership Provider (authentication.aspx) and enable anonymous access from the next page.

    You don't have to do anything on the IIS Manager ... enabling it from the Central Admin page will also enable it on IIS.

  2. Explicitly turn it on for the sites you want to be accessed anonymously.

    Browse to the site, click Site Settings > Advanced Permissions > Settings >Anonymous Access (setanon.aspx) and turn on anonymous access for the site.