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It sounds like you may have initially changed the NAMESERVERS which broke the Windows Exchange CNAME. If the domain is hosted on GoDaddy then you need to access the DNS records, this is where the Windows Exchange CNAME is held. You should see an A record entry like A example.com 104.16.14.128 example.com will be your domain, the IP will be the GoDaddy ...


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What you need to do is make a temporary subdomain using an A record pointed to the new shared server. Call it something like testing.example.com and point it to the new servers IP. Then ftp in, open or create an .htaccess, and point the request to whatever folder it needs to run using something like following. We will assume for this example that it's a ...


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Are you using your own SSL, an SSL on Cloudflare, or both? Is the page not found message within your app, a cPanel master or default server 404, or something else like a standard unpretty browser 404? If you are seeing your default hosting provider or default cPanel 404 page, it hints that something went awry when the subdomain was set up, the local SSL ...


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SSL must be enabled for every domain/subdomain required individually in cPanel. If you have moved your WHMCS installation to another domain, it is likely that you will need to regenerate the CSR/Key and request a new certificate. Once you've done that, follow the usual procedure to set it up and enable SSL for your subdomain.


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... my account at bplaced.net the following address: richard87.bplaced.net If I understand correctly I would now need to redirect my URL ffm-nachhilfe.de on the homepage of united-domains.de to this address. On ffm-nachhilfe.de you need to redirect users to richard87.bplaced.net and header redirect is best. If you use apache and have mod_rewrite ...


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The credit card may be the key. I've run into this scenario a few times when redesigning sites for small businesses, as JamesRyan said its not unusual. Its also not unusual for managers to be unclear on the nuances between URL ownership, hosting and email hosting. Very simply: URL ownership: You purchase the right to use a specific name as a destination ...


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you need to disable the inheritance from the parent config http://www.hanselman.com/blog/ChangingASPNETWebconfigInheritanceWhenMixingVersionsOfChildApplications.aspx


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I found the solution just realize that we need to actually disable the section one by one lol http://stackoverflow.com/questions/782252/avoid-web-config-inheritance-in-child-web-application-using-inheritinchildapplic hi Andrew As the ...


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The domain registration process does not in itself cause any downtime. As long as the new record that GoDaddy registers declares the same nameservers as your current record, that transition is completely transparent. Once the registration is transferred you can switch name servers to whomever will be providing your DNS resolution, just make sure the records ...


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I'm not really sure what you're asking. You say you want to host on your own server but your question says you want to host like gitlab pages which is not your own server. In any case maybe this will help This is what I do on local pc mkdir folderforwebsite cd folderforwebsite git init echo "hello world" > index.html git add index.html git commit -m ...


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If a company employee registers a domain for the company in his own name, so that payments come out of his own bank account, then this may be just due to stupidity. Maybe he found it easier to set up the account in his own name, because you need to fill out information about the domain owner, and he knew his own information but not the company information. ...


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I just want to add a note of caution. You say only that the ex-employee is refusing to hand over the login details for his account with a domain registrar. That's completely reasonable. It doesn't necessarily matter that this specific domain's WHOIS is labelled with his email address at your company; that doesn't automatically mean that his account with ...


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This seems to be quite a common occurance with small businesses and cowboy web developers. If he bought the domain while employed for the company it is almost certainly their property even if he used his own details. Taking an asset of a company is covered by many laws relating to IP and/or theft although the specifics depend on your locality. In my ...


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If john.doe@somecompany.co.za is on your company domain, then you should be able to access those emails and have a password reset by the registrar. You can then log in and transfer back to a generic company account and manage it that way. If you don't have control over that domain's emails then you'll need to contact the registrar and ask them to help. ...


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Yes, just change the name servers and you won't have any downtime as long as you leave the original server up. Keep in mind that changes on one server won't be reflected on the other server, so that if you have a mailling list for people to join and they join on the old server, unless you sync data it will be lost. Also be aware that the new nameserver will ...



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