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"Server" is a generic term that represents a computer that shares something. There are many different types of servers. Some share databases, others share web sites, still others share files and pictures. IIS is an application, like WordPress, that runs on the server. In that regard, the terms IIS and server are synonymous. Technically, it is a ...


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The word "server" has become a bit ambiguous but general means a computer which provides information to other computers. A web server used to be a physical machine that provided web pages to other other machines (clients). It also came to mean the software that served web pages- although this is really a misuse - a (software) webserver is ...


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I managed to get this working by creating a new rooms application pool. Then in default websites > rooms > basic settings I changed the application pool to the newly created rooms. I still don't know why this worked but it has. Hope it helps someone else.


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Ubuntu is running the service systemd-resolved that maps localhost subdomains to your local IP address. If you query the DNS using dig you will see that it gets the local IP address (127.0.0.1) from a SERVER running on a localhost IP address (127.0.0.53): $ dig www.subdomain.localhost ... www.subdomain.localhost. 0 IN A 127.0.0.1 ... ;; SERVER: 127.0.0....


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The evidence strongly suggest the problem is not with your router, rather it is with the setup of your web server. I strongly suspect that you have firewall rules on your webserver which are dropping traffic to port 8082. To check if this is the issue, issue the command - /sbin/iptables -I INPUT -p tcp --dport 8082 -j ACCEPT If things start working as ...


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If you do anything short of a full bitcopy of the server disk the answer is going to depend on the specific software you are running. If you are just worried about the website you typically only need to back up the HTML directory and a database dump. However depending on the framework this may require fiddling and manual debugging to deduce required server ...


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A web server accepts and fulfills requests from clients for static content (i.e., HTML pages, files, images, and videos) from a website. Web servers handle HTTP requests and responses only. An application server exposes business logic to the clients, which generates dynamic content. It is a software framework that transforms data to provide the specialized ...


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This might help? In your apache config, you see these lines: <VirtualHost *:80> ... </VirtualHost> This means that the config in between matches for all hostnames on port 80 (HTTP non-SSL). But... In your wp-config file, these lines: define( 'NOBLOGREDIRECT', 'https://localhost.example.org' ); define('WP_HOME','https://localhost.example.org'); ...


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