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For DNS of domain.com add: sub.domain.com. 14400 IN A IP_OF_NEW_SERVER


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Regarding the Property and View limit (50 and 25, respectively), there's no way around that, really, so you'll probably have to break up the sub-d's across several properties. So with that in mind, you could have one GTM container across all sub-d's, and then use a lookup table to determine which data from which sub-d's go into which property. Within the ...


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I have a blog article I wrote that explains how to do this: http://blog.ostermiller.org/analytics-subdomain/ Here is the step by step guidance from the blog post: Navigate to “Content”-> “Site Content” -> “All Pages”. Change the primary dimension to “Other” -> “Content” -> “Hostname”. At this point the data table will show your best host names but the ...


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If you are using Apache then you can simply create an additional VirtualHost for your sub domain and set the webroot to the directory you choose. Example: Your current VirtualHost is most likely something along the lines of the following; with the ServerName your domain and the DocumentRoot being the web root. <VirtualHost 1.2.3.4:80> ...



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