James Brownee

Hi there im using sharepoint 2007 and have set up Enterprise edition on the normal port 80.

Due to another application needing the original port 80, i created a new site with site collection on another port, and stopped the port 80 site.
As shown below

http://servername:42392/default.aspx

Setting up other sites on this box under this site works great, though i want to use the mysite feature still.

When i try to access mysite, and this is for any user i get this error,

Description: HTTP 404. The resource you are looking for (or one of its dependencies) could have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable. Please review the following URL and make sure that it is spelled correctly.

Requested URL: /MySite/_layouts/MySite.aspx

This is because the URL it is point to is still the site on port 80, which has been stopped, an example is

http://servername/MySite/_layouts/MySite.aspx instead of

http://vburdwweb01:42392/MySite/_layouts/MySite.aspx

Is there a way to change which sites the mysite pages point to Or is there a way to view the mysites without using the original site

Any help would be awesome, I'm so stuck with this!



Re: SharePoint - Setup, Upgrade, Administration and Operation Lost access to sharepoint mysites

Chrysokomas

I'm not 100% sure but as I can remember you can manage all the MySite settings in the central administration under Shared Services Administration - SharedServices. There you go for the MySite Settings and under the second or third point you can enter the correct path for the personal site provider!

HTH, Dave





Re: SharePoint - Setup, Upgrade, Administration and Operation Lost access to sharepoint mysites

James Brownee

Hi, Thanks,

I have now changed the setting in Central Admin and also created a new Site collection for personal hosts which mysite requires.

The setup ran fine but now that i try to open a my site it says

"Please wait while your personal site is setup for the first time and the default document libraries and lists are created. This may take several seconds."

But the request times out.

Any help would be appreciated.





Re: SharePoint - Setup, Upgrade, Administration and Operation Lost access to sharepoint mysites

Chrysokomas

I think this could mean everything... Perhaps you should have a look at your logfiles! Are there some errors listed



Re: SharePoint - Setup, Upgrade, Administration and Operation Lost access to sharepoint mysites

ranyn1

I'm getting the same results, it times out at the same time I can access my profile settings with no problems. I think the main problem is creating the hoem page of my site. Under the my profile tab I can access the documents, lists etc..