I needed a quick way to gather all IIS logfile locations in several SharePoint farms. IIS has a nasty way to reference to numbers instead of names in their logging directory structure, so you need to watch the Advanced Settings panel in IIS to figure out which logging directory is for which website.
This could be done easier, I thought. And so thought many before me.
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Suppose you have just finished installing a SharePoint Services 3.0 installation in a multi-domain environment, and the installation should be available from a multiple other domains. Suppose you also configured a Web Application that links to http://mysite/.
In your own domain, this will work without a glitch. But not in the other domains!
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