Monday, January 27, 2014

SharePoint default page not loading by default.aspx

SharePoint default page not loading by default.aspx

I find that I can't browse SharePoint 80 or SharePoint Central Administration v4 or any sites using the default URL (http://webserver/). I’m trying to do this locally from the actual server SharePoint is running on. It gives a HTTP 404 'Webpage cannot be found' error in IE. If I want to view either of these, I have to specifically type default.aspx manually:


http://webserver/default.aspx to view the SharePoint 80 site
http://webserver:port/default.aspx to view central admin.
 
                       
It is the same when using local host instead of web server. I again will have to enter default.aspx to come the pages up.
Here are some things I've tried already but had no luck:
Added http://webserver and other relevant names in Alternate Access Mappings
Ensured Default.aspx is top of the list in 'Default Documents' in IIS7
Checked the hosts file
Set DisableloopbackCheck in registry and restarted.

Solution: I resolve the issue once I run the products and technologies wizard. Once the wizard is successful, All the sites including central admin came up by default without manually typing the default.aspx.

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Importing a site, list, or document library in SharePoint 2013

Importing a site, list, or document library in SharePoint 2013


You can use Windows Power Shell to manually import a site, list, or document library

To import a site, list or document library by using Windows Power Shell

On the Start menu, click All Programs, click Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Products, and then click SharePoint 2013 Management Shell.


At the Power Shell command prompt, type the following command:

Import-SPWeb -Identity  <SiteURL>  -Path <ExportFileName>  [-Force] [-NoFileCompression] [-Verbose]

Where:
  • <SiteURL> is the URL for the site that you are importing to.
  • <ExportFileName> is the name of the file that you are exporting.


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To export a site, list, or document library in SharePoint 2013

To export a site, list, or document library in SharePoint 2013



You can use power shell or Central Administration to export a site, list, or document library. You can only export one site, list, or document library at a time.


Using power shell:

At  Power Shell command prompt, type the following command:

Export-SPWeb -Identity <SiteURL> -Path <Path and File Name> [-ItemUrl <URL of Site, List, or Library>] [-IncludeUserSecurity] [-IncludeVersions] [-NoFileCompression] [-GradualDelete] [-Verbose]

Where:

<SiteURL> is URL for the site, list, or library that you are exporting.
<Path and FileName> is path and name for the site, list, or library that you are exporting.
<URL of Site, List, or Library> is the URL for the site, list, or library where you are exporting.


To export a site, list, or document library by using Central Administration

1.   Verify that the user account that is performing this procedure is a member of the Farm Administrators group.

2.   Start SharePoint 2013 Central Administration.
For Windows Server 2008 R2:
§  Click Start, click Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Products, and then click SharePoint 2013 Central Administration.
For Windows Server 2012:
§  On the Start screen, click SharePoint 2013 Central Administration.
If SharePoint 2013 Central Administration is not on the Start screen:
§  Right-click Computer, click All apps, and then click SharePoint 2013 Central Administration.

3.   In Central Administration, on the home page, click Backup and Restore.

4.   On the Backup and Restore page, in the Granular Backup section, click Export a site or list.

5.   On the Site or List Export page, in the Site Collection section, select the site collection from the Site Collection list, and then select the site from the Site list.

6.   If you are exporting a site, skip this step, Select the list or document library from the List list.

7.   In the File Location section, in the Filename box, type the UNC path of the shared folder and the file to which you want to export the list or document library. The file name must use the .cmp extension.

8.   If the file already exists and you want to use this file, select the Overwrite existing files check box. Otherwise, specify a different file name.

9.   If you want to export all the security and permissions settings with the list or library, in the Export Full Security section, select the Export full security check box.

10.               If you want to specify which version of the list or library to export, select one of the following versions from the Export versions list:
·        All Versions
·        Last Major
·        Current Version
·        Last Major and Last Minor

11.               When you have specified the settings that you want, click Start Export.

12.               You can view the status of all backup jobs at the top of the Granular Backup Job Status page. You can view the status of the current backup job in theContent Export section of the page. The status page updates every 30 seconds automatically. You can manually update the status details by clicking Refresh. Backup and recovery are Timer service jobs. Therefore, it may take several seconds for the backup to start.



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